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ADT is an established security company that offers equipment tied to a subscription based monitoring service, most of which will require professional installation that the company can provide. Like Brinks, ADT pushes for a three year initial contract, which afterwards is renewed monthly, but unlike all the other firms listed it's not very transparent about pricing. While other companies are happy to offer a single fee per product/package, ADT pushes on custom sales for custom packages, which means it’s difficult to make a direct price comparison. Frontpoint Security sells itself on ease of use, with a DIY home surveillance and security kit based on free standing sensors that don't require any wall mounting, drilling, wires, etc. However, the equipment is sold as part of a contract term package, and pricing will depend on the period committed to upfront. Plans cost between $34. 99 to $49. 99 a month, with the cost of equipment discounted to $99 if you commit to a three year contract. Like its rivals we’ve just mentioned, Vivint offers a combined equipment and monitoring service package, with everything run through a cellular network with backup batteries. However, Vivint SmartHome is something of a premium option, requiring a five year term and monthly prices that can stack up. Even so, some argue that you get what you pay for, and Vivint certainly has a strong reputation in the security industry.

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In some implementations, the camera 118 or 106 includes sufficient on board processing power to perform all necessary local video processing tasks e. g. , cuepoint detection for motion event candidates, video uploading prioritization, network connection management, etc. , and the camera 118 or 106 communicates with the server system 164 directly, without any controller device acting as an intermediary. In some implementations, the camera 118 or 106 captures the video data and sends the video data to the controller device for the necessary local video processing tasks. The controller device optionally performs the local processing tasks for multiple cameras. For example, there may be multiple cameras in one smart home environment e. g. , the smart home environment 100, FIG. 1, and a single controller device receives the video data from each camera and processes the video data to detect motion event candidates in the video stream from each camera. The controller device is responsible for allocating sufficient outgoing network bandwidth to transmitting video segments containing motion event candidates from each camera to the server before using the remaining bandwidth to transmit the video stream from each camera to the server system 164.