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In addition, the rapid adoption of photoelectric solutions and dual smoke detecting systems is also expected to influence the market during the forecast period positively. Rapid urbanization is expected to drive the smart smoke detector market in APAC during the forecast period. The MEA region is also expected to witness steady growth in the demand for the smart smoke detector. • North Americao USo Canada• Europeo UKo Germanyo France• APACo Australiao Japano China• Latin Americao Brazilo Mexico• MEAo UAEo South AfricaKey Vendor AnalysisThe smart smoke detector market has highly diversified as each geography has its own competitive dynamics. The North American market can be termed as the most competitive market due to high product reach, increasing market demand, and the presence of several players. The US is the most lucrative market in North America due to the growing adoption of photoelectric and dual smoke detector solutions.

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Some police departments do more than just ask. Police in Indiana, New Jersey, California and other states have offered discounts for Ring cameras, sometimes up to $125. In some cases, those discounts come from taxpayer money. In April, the city of Hammond, Indiana, announced it had $37,500 in funds to subsidize Ring devices half of which came from Ring. The other $18,750 came from the city, said Steve Kellogg, Hammond police's public information officer. The city had 500 cameras, and in about a week, they were all sold. The city government ran more discounted programs, Kellogg said, putting out more than 600 Ring cameras in the city. "There will be more cameras on the streets," Kellogg said. "It's really a no brainer. "Bribes subsidies are cool. But have you tried making people feel bad because they're helping bad guys get away?It works.

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But put a few officers on a customer's doorstep and the calculus of consent changes. How many Americans are going to choose their own doorstep to die on in a civil liberties battle with cops over footage of suspicious people/vehicles possibly collected by the private company's camera they have aimed at the street?Related Articles:Thursday, June 6, 2019 Ring and Law Enforcement Use Walk Lights And Flood Lights To Spread FearI thought that after writing two articles about the dangers of purchasing Ring doorbells, there could not possibly be anything else to warn people about, but boy was I mistaken. Big Brother has found a new way to spread fear and paranoia to neighborhoods. Besides using the obvious, like equipping homes with facial recognition doorbells and creating neighborhood watchlists, Ring is taking it up a notch. Friday, December 14, 2018 Amazon’s Disturbing Plan to Add Face Surveillance to Your Front DoorRecently, a patent application from Amazon became public that would pair face surveillance — like Rekognition, the product that the company is aggressively marketing to police and Immigration and Customs Enforcement — with Ring, a doorbell camera company that Amazon bought earlier this year. Tuesday, December 11, 2018 Police use facial recognition doorbells to create private watchlist networksEarlier this year, I reported that Amazon's spying Ring doorbells are being installed everywhere and how everyone's privacy is at stake. But a recent CNN article revealed that Amazon wants to turn homeowners doorbells into facial recognition devices using their Rekogntion software. "An Amazon patent application which was made public on the United States Patent and Trademark Office website, describes how a network of cameras could work together with facial recognition technology to identify people. "Law enforcement requests are easy to reject in theory. In person, they're a bit more difficult. But this is the ecosystem Amazon is building.