Godrej launches wifi-enabled CCTV

Godrej Security Systems has launched wifi-enabled CCTVs to further expand its home security solutions product portfolio in the country.

Published: 30th August 2017 08:45 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th August 2017 08:45 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Godrej Security Systems has launched wifi-enabled CCTVs to further expand its home security solutions product portfolio in the country. Named  Easy Viewing Everywhere (EVE) home camera, this CCTV series is capable  of directly streaming videos to the mobile handsets of the home owners.

“Home  security solutions are still in early stage in India. While many home owners do not see a security threat to  their homes while the lack of uability is another reason. We are hoping to bring a change in the home owners mindset with our EVE home cameras,” Mehernosh Pithawalla, associate vice-president and global  head of marketing, sales and innovation, Godrej Security Solutions Division,  Godrej and Boyce Mfg Co Ltd.

He added, “It will be of great help to homes having children and elders, where the home owners can view them in real-time on their mobiles from anywhere in the world. It is easy to operate  and can be viewed on one’s mobile through an app designed for the  purpose.”

He said the product is economical at Rs 5,000. “The home  security segment is small in India and with convenient,  adaptable and affordable products like these, we are hopeful of growing the market,” he added.

Pithawalla said Godrej’s security solutions division had a turnover  of Rs 230 crore in FY17, which  the company plans to increase to Rs 280  crore in FY18.

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