[lug] off-topic: wireless ip security
bgiles at coyotesong.com
Sun Sep 8 20:12:36 MDT 2013
Following up here are two "hotel" safes:
Now the trick is to find a place to put them so they're comfortable
(monitor stand?) instead of having to bend over several times a day.
(and a lighter one for kids in college:
On Fri, Sep 6, 2013 at 11:31 AM, George S. <georges at mhsoftware.com> wrote:
> Did you have a traditional, monitored alarm system in place? Is there a
> reason one of those wouldn't work?
> On 9/3/13 10:56 PM, Michael J. Hammel wrote:
>> We were robbed on Sunday. Took my wife's car, among other things though
>> only the dogs were home at the time (they're fine, though seem a little
>> out of sorts). While it may be too late, I'm looking for ways to
>> fortify the home. One thing I'm unfamiliar with is the current state of
>> wireless IP security systems, like cameras, motion detectors,
>> door/window openings, etc. Ideally I'd like to be able to be notified
>> of intrusions via my Android phone. Building such things from scratch
>> with Arduino or Raspberry Pi would be fun, but we're in a little more of
>> a rush in this case.
>> I'm not tied to Linux for this at the moment - we just need peace of
>> mind for now. Since this is off-topic please reply directly with
>> suggestions, unless its a Linux camera or device. Anyone interested in
>> any summaries on the topic, let me know. I'll post what I find on my
>> blog and let you know.
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