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1, in some implementations, the smart home environment 100 of FIG. 1 includes a hub device 180 that is communicatively coupled to the networks 162 directly or via the network interface 160. The hub device 180 is further communicatively coupled to one or more of the smart devices using a radio communication network that is available at least in the smart home environment 100. Communication protocols used by the radio communication network include, but are not limited to, ZigBee, Z Wave, Insteon, EuOcean, Thread, OSIAN, Bluetooth Low Energy and the like. In some implementations, the hub device 180 not only converts the data received from each smart device to meet the data format requirements of the network interface 160 or the networks 162, but also converts information received from the network interface 160 or the networks 162 to meet the data format requirements of the respective communication protocol associated with a targeted smart device. In some implementations, in addition to data format conversion, the hub device 180 further processes the data received from the smart devices or information received from the network interface 160 or the networks 162 preliminary. For example, the hub device 180 can integrate inputs from multiple sensors/connected devices including sensors/devices of the same and/or different types, perform higher level processing on those inputs—e. g. , to assess the overall environment and coordinate operation among the different sensors/devices—and/or provide instructions to the different devices based on the collection of inputs and programmed processing. It is also noted that in some implementations, the network interface 160 and the hub device 180 are integrated to one network device. Functionality described herein is representative of particular implementations of smart devices, control applications running on representative electronic devices such as a smart phone, hub devices 180, and servers coupled to hub devices via the Internet or other Wide Area Network.

Posted March, 2011 by Admin

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For example, the portable electronic device 166 is an example of the client device 220. In some implementations, the server system 164 is a video processing server that provides video processing services to video sources and client devices 220. In some implementations, each of the video sources 222 includes one or more video cameras 118 or doorbell cameras 106 that capture video and send the captured video to the server system 164 substantially in real time. In some implementations, each of the video sources 222 includes a controller device not shown that serves as an intermediary between the one or more cameras and the server system 164. The controller device receives the video data from the one or more cameras, optionally performs some preliminary processing on the video data, and sends the video data to the server system 164 on behalf of the one or more cameras substantially in real time. In some implementations, each camera has its own on board processing capabilities to perform some preliminary processing on the captured video data before sending the processed video data along with metadata obtained through the preliminary processing to the controller device and/or the server system 164.

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Posted February, 2011 by Admin

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