New iWatchLife Website Reinforces the Unique Importance of Activity Recognition in Home Video Monitoring and Emphasizes Surprising Lifestyle Advantages

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The redesigned iWatchLife website accentuates the advantages of activity recognition in home video monitoring—a smart way to know what's happening with the home, kids, pets, elderly parents, contractors and babysitters.

We created a solution that is not only superior for security, but also a great way to engage with what matters in your life.

Activity recognition—a unique, smart technology in home video monitoring developed by iWatchLife—is the main focus of their redesigned website. The new iWatchLife site illustrates the advantages of Activity Recognition, going beyond enhanced security for the home.

"We've solved the main issue with home video monitoring with our advanced Activity Recognition," said Charles Black, President and CEO of iWatchlife. "Our revised website tells that story with clarity. Life is full of active, important moments. Our new site asks users to visualize a smart video system that can notify them when the kids are home, or let them know instantly when the baby wakes, or even help them to keep an eye on elderly parents. When there's something to record, our system records the activity and notifies you. It's a simple concept, yet it requires an advanced algorithm. We needed our website to quickly express our vision."

iWatchlife is now in its fourth year of perfecting the unique algorithms that allow truly smart home video monitoring. Low internet bandwidth usage is one major advantage of recording only user-specified activity, when compared to typical home video systems that record constantly. Activity Recognition also immediately notifies and delivers relevant video to the user, wherever they are, facilitated by a secure cloud.

"On the new site, we wanted to strongly emphasize that our system can let you know the instant something happens," said Mr. Black. "We created a solution that is not only superior for security, but also a great way to engage with what matters in your life. Whether you're watching your front door for deliveries, or the kids and their babysitter, or your elderly parent, or a contractor installing your washing machine—iWatchlife delivers only content that matters to you."

The new website also stresses the social aspect of the iWatchLife's smarter home video monitoring. "We've found our users like to share those fun, heart-warming and tender moments on social media," said Maureen Campbell Director of Marketing and Communications at iWatchlife. "When the video you record is limited to the activity you wanted to capture, it's easier to find, and fun to share, those moments online."

The revised website also includes a popular and content-rich "iReadLife" blog, which even more strongly emphasizes the "see what matters" concept. Maureen Campbell, who manages the blog said, "iWatchLife is a fun way to interact with life's special moments. Our blog will illustrate some of these remarkable stories."

The new website also highlights how easy iWatchLife is to set up for a do-it-yourselfer. A selection of shared videos on the new website helps to demonstrate the advantages of iWatchLife's Activity Recognition. A full support forum and customer service is accessible from the site.

About iWatchLife

iWatchLife is a do-it-yourself video monitoring system that lets the user remotely watch over all aspects of life – home, vacation property, family, contractors, even pets – from any computer, tablet or handheld device. iWatchLife's unique, cloud-based, smart technology understands context, importance and relevance of images and sounds and notifies the user anytime, anywhere when events that have been specified as being important are detected. Their smart technology helps users see, monitor and share what matters from anywhere.

iWatchLife brings Internet cloud-based video monitoring technology to the consumer market, making it affordable and easy to use. Their service uses advanced video analytics and artificial intelligence to provide unparalleled functionality for our users.

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