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About is focused on the development and commercialization of lightweight AI frameworks that enable deep learning, machine vision, and speech recognition to run directly on resource-constrained devices, such as phones, smartwatches, cameras, cars, embedded devices, and the smallest Raspberry PI device. On January 15th, 2020, was acquired by Apple. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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2157 N Northlake Way Suite 110

Seattle, Washington, 98103,

United States


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The Verge Wyze’s new outdoor camera adds 2K resolution and faster person detection / The new Wyze Cam v3 Pro is an indoor / outdoor wired security camera with 2K resolution and local processing for faster person detection. It costs $49.99 and ships on November 4th. | Image: Wyze Smart home company Wyze has released the latest generation of its popular budget security camera. The $49.99 Wyze Cam v3 Pro adds 2K resolution and on-device AI for faster processing of smart alerts for person detection. Wyze also says the Pro camera has a faster CPU, an improved speaker and microphone, and a better Wi-Fi connection with two antennas compared to the $29.99 Wyze Cam V3 . Although it still only works over 2.4 GHz networks. Another new feature is Smart Focus. Part of a new app interface for Wyze’s cameras, Smart Focus adds a smaller view of the livestream while the main view focuses on the person detected, giving you more information in a single glance. The new Wyze Cam has the same look as the earlier outdoor wired camera from Wyze but has souped-up internals for faster operation and better video quality. Image: Wyze The Wyze Cam V3 Pro is a wired, outdoor camera (rated to IP65) powered by a USB cable with a new 5V2A power adaptor. (You need to buy the $14 outdoor power adaptor if you plan to plug it into an outdoor outlet.) Wyze says it delivers 20 FPS video in daylight and 15 FPS at night. The camera also uses Wyze’s excellent 4 MP Starlight sensor for full-color night vision, plus it has an onboard spotlight and siren. The camera supports up to 256 GB micro SD card for 24/7 recording and has a 116-degree field of view plus 8x digital zoom. As with all Wyze Cams, it supports integrations with Alexa and Google Assistant for alerts and voice control, and the Wyze app features schedules and automations. The Wyze app is getting a new interface for viewing cameras and has a new feature called Smart Focus. Image: Wyze The main reason to spend the extra $20 over the excellent Wyze Cam v3 is for that higher resolution — 2560 by 1440 p — and the local processing of person-detection events. The latter leverages the faster dual-core 1.2 GHz processor to deliver AI alerts that don’t rely on the cloud. Wyze used to offer onboard processing of person detection for free using a company called’s tech, but it ended that partnership in January 2020 when Apple bought It’s not clear, however, if you need to subscribe to one of Wyze’s Cam Plus plan to enable person detection on this camera. You do need to for smart alerts on the other Wyze Cams. We’ve reached out to Wyze to confirm. Cam Plus Lite includes person detection and can be added for free (it’s a name-your-own-price plan, and you can choose $0). But you only get 12 seconds of video recording with a five-minute cool down between recordings. Wyze Cam Plus is $1.99 a month, which removes the video length restriction and the cool-down period and adds vehicle, package, and pet detection, as well as person detection. Plus, you can also view your Wyze Cams on its web portal. Join the conversation Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was founded? was founded in 2016.

  • Where is's headquarters?'s headquarters is located at 2157 N Northlake Way, Seattle.

  • What is's latest funding round?'s latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did raise? raised a total of $14.6M.

  • Who are the investors of

    Investors of include Apple, Madrona Venture Group, Autotech Ventures, Catapult Ventures, NGP Capital and 3 more.

  • Who are's competitors?

    Competitors of include OctoML and 1 more.

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