One of the things that is so awesome about Helmet home monitor is that it can serve many useful purposes. How are you planning to use your Helmet?
When Helmet was just in the works, we wanted to bring a surveillance camera that would be useful for many families and would suit many use cases. Today we are looking at five scenarios that this video monitor can be helpful at. Tell us, what are you monitoring with Helmet?
Home monitoring. We believe that in our days, everyone should be able to know what’s happening at home, even when you’re not there. You have the desire, we have the technology! Helmet turns 360° and tilts 90°, which gives you an opportunity to see more of your home than a video camera with a wide angle allows you to. It also has air quality sensors, so you can always know when it is time to air out the house. And if you want to add several cameras, iFamCare app has the convenient split screen mode so that you could see the view from all the monitors on one page.
Pet monitoring. Pets are made to have fun! Don’t miss on all the fun your pets are having – and keep an eye on them from anywhere. Helmet has an interactive laser beam that all pets love to chase. You can choose between three built-in laser patterns, or control the laser movement manually. You can also record videos at the same time the laser is activated… fun! And when you have some cool photos of your furry baby, share them on social Community for the world to see, like and comment.
Baby monitoring. Helmet is a perfect nanny cam with all the features a parent might need. The monitor has clear night vision with dimmed LED lights that do not disturb the baby. Helmet has sound and motion sensors that send automated alerts to your mobile device when the baby moves or cries. Besides, not only can you hear the baby, but also respond remotely through the app without going to the baby’s room.
Elderly monitoring. If you have elderly family members, you might want to be able to check on them during the day without making a phone call. Our users appreciate the way they can talk and hear though the app, and the ability to move the monitor, which combined gives them an all-inclusive experience. The monitor also supports microSD memory cards, in case you’d like to record and then review the video.
Business monitoring. If you own a small or medium sized business, you can use Helmet to monitor the office after hours. Helmet supports unlimited number of users on the app, which means you can invite the whole team to have access to the video (up to four viewers simultaneously). The monitor also allows you to take photos and videos remotely in case you need to document something. If there is a sound or motion detected, the monitor will either take a short video or a series of photos and save those in the video log.