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The high-end home security trends shaping 2022 so far

These are the top security trends to invest in 2022, and ones to continue watching over the years that follow.

By LLM Reporters  |  June 28, 2022
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Owning a luxury home is an achievement to be celebrated, and the pleasure of living somewhere you love is a privilege to cherish. But the downside to residing in an upscale property is the fact that you could become a target for intruders eager to lay their hands on your most valuable possessions, making security a vital consideration to ensure you, your family and your belongings are all kept safe.

Over recent years, the internet of things (IoT) has had a dramatic impact upon residential security, and the latest and greatest modern equipment options are becoming increasingly more advanced. While once upon a time, having the best burglar alarm fitted or finding a reputable garage door company to ensure your vehicles are kept secure was enough, those with a limitless budget can now implement countless extra layers of safety within their homes to ensure optimal peace of mind at all times – leaving you free to relax and enjoy life and leave the vitals to the latest technological innovations.

In 2022, we’re already seeing a variety of emerging trends in high-end home security, and from AI to invisible hardware, the possibilities these days are seemingly endless. These are the top security trends to invest in 2022, and ones to continue watching over the years that follow.

Invisible hardware

For years, obvious security hardware has been used as a deterrent – and large cameras and panels that can be quickly detected by trespassers is, by and large, an effective way to keep intrusions at bay. But as security tech becomes more sophisticated, so too do criminals, and the industry has had to move quickly in a bid to always stay one step ahead.

Where deterrence is no longer enough, inconspicuous hardware that is integrated into the home is enjoying a surge in popularity. Innovative ideas from smart home brands like IKEA and Sonos, which have joined forces to pioneer lamps and even wall art featuring embedded speaker technology, and the Echo Show 15, which goes unseen when not in use by posing as a picture frame, are signs that this particular trend is only just getting started.

AI driven management

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These days, there’s barely an industry out there that hasn’t been transformed by artificial intelligence, and home security is no different

These days, there’s barely an industry out there that hasn’t been transformed by artificial intelligence, and home security is no different. While motion detection sensors are nothing new, today’s offerings are eradicating false alarms thanks to an impressive ability to tell the difference between people and animals, while the latest video doorbells are now using facial recognition technology to determine whether the person trying to gain access is you or a family member, or a stranger.

In 2022, we’re seeing the idea of AI in home security continue to gather momentum, and even our own habits and behaviours could soon be being scrutinised. Home security systems that analyse our lifestyles in order to make recommendations on how we can make our homes safer – such as remembering to lock doors, close windows and put away valuables – are already beginning to emerge, and could be about to transform the way we live.

Drones

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Drones have been making waves in a variety of different areas of our lives of late, and now, they’re taking centre stage in the home security arena

Drones have been making waves in a variety of different areas of our lives of late, and now, they’re taking centre stage in the home security arena.

Allowing you to monitor the perimeter of your property more effectively than CCTV ever could and to hone in on any potential intruders to detect them before they can act, today’s drones capture the footage and immediately upload it to the cloud for storage, which means your evidence is always safe should you need it later. Because these types of drones can be monitored and controlled remotely, they enable homeowners to keep their properties safe even while on the go, with automation taking over when needed.

As AI continues to develop in this field, so too will the capabilities of drones, but in 2022, they are already an essential component of any robust, high-end home security system.