‘Smart’ AVs can detect and track every move, even if you’re not using them
A new smart home AV from the company Savant lets you see what is happening in your home, even when you’re away.
This allows for better home automation and control.
A smart home can also use sensors and smart home gadgets to detect and identify things that may be a security risk.
This makes for more effective security.
The company claims its smart home app is up to 99 per cent accurate at detecting and monitoring a room’s environment.
It uses its sensors to find what is actually happening in the room, including what’s moving around.
The AV uses its own sensors to detect when a user leaves their room and turns off lights and other lighting.
Savant says the app also detects when someone switches on a light, so that you can automatically turn it off.
Savants AV also detects whether there are any cameras on the room.
If a room is not occupied by a user, Savants can automatically switch to a smart TV and TV remote control.
You can also choose from a number of different media types to stream.
Savants AV can also be used as a security camera for your home or a surveillance camera for other people’s homes.
Savant is also launching a ‘smart’ smart home tablet.
This will allow you to control and control other connected devices in the home.
You’ll also be able to monitor the weather and other important information from your home.
Savanta has partnered with Avid to make its smart homes smart home a product.
The product will be available at Amazon’s Alexa store, and it will be a “smart” smart home with the AV in the box.
The product is currently available in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Spain, Singapore and Sweden.
Amazon’s Alexa is a voice-activated assistant that lets you control devices, like smart TVs and smart speakers, and also lets you search the web, read e-books, and more.
It’s currently available on the Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Spot, Echo Wand, Echo Show, and Echo Pro.