#CES 2018 | Submitted street lamp spy

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2018-01-11 12:00:04

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#CES 2018 | Submitted street lamp spy

This year's CES has given us a lot of very interesting announcements from various spheres of science and high technologies. One of the intriguing new startup called Wi-Fiber, which is a "smart" modular led street light. The flashlight may well become a part of is so popular today, the "smart city", he is able to follow the passers-by, to warn of danger and even share.

The inside of the lamp Modules are interchangeable and fully customizable. Led lamps change color depending on the situation and allow you to warn of danger. Also "smart" lamp can distribute Wi-Fi, and placing inside a video camera, you can record video with resolution up to 4K and record sound. By the way, it is possible to produce and separate recording of the audio signal with the application of algorithms of voice recognition in order to identify the attackers.

Wi-Fiber can conduct search individuals and to archive the images, in order that they can be accessed in the future. In addition, the system is equipped with sensors of firearms and sensors to determine air quality. And the placement of Wi-Fi hotspots will not only help the citizens to access the Internet, but also will create a relationship with other elements of "smart cities" and will also relieve the mobile networks.

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