This Indoor Drone Makes Sure Your Home Is Secure

This Indoor Drone Makes Sure Your Home Is Secure

Aire is a drone designed for indoor use that links to Amazon's Alexa voice assistant technology

Lauren Kirkwood
  • 2 october 2017

Aire, a cylindrical indoor drone, can fly around your home detecting potential security threats while also responding to your voice commands through its Amazon Alexa-connected voice recognition technology.

The robotic device, which incorporates a 360-degree camera as well as a microphone and speaker, will send an alert if it detects sound or motion in your home when no one is around, and it will allow you to inspect any room of the house via video livestream.

Aire uses noise-reduction technology to minimize the sound of its propellers, as its creators’ goal is for the bot to be a seamless, helpful addition to the household rather than a nuisance. It will retail for $700 and is currently raising funds on Kickstarter.


+Amazon Alexa
+artificial intelligence
+home security
+voice assistant

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