A new $10 million smart doorbell that uses the same technology used in smart lock systems is slated to go on sale this week.
The doorbell is the first smart doorstop to be built in the U.S. The doorbell was designed by SmartHome Solutions Inc., a California-based company based in San Jose.
The smart doorstand is designed to respond to a user’s voice and can respond to other objects as well as to other people.
A voice recognition system also is included, which uses software to detect whether a user is in the room, and if they are, the doorbell can tell the user when to open the door.
SmartHome says its doorbell will be able to detect the user’s presence by analyzing the shape of the face, the length of the arm, and other factors.
The technology also can recognize other gestures such as blinking, tapping, and shaking the door handle, among other gestures, SmartHome says.
The device can then automatically turn on when the user turns on the light.
The company’s doorbell uses the latest in biometric technology.
The company’s engineers have developed a technology called 3D Touch, which enables the door to recognize a person’s finger when they’re touching the door and can detect when they are holding the door, according to the company.
The fingerprint technology, however, is not used to unlock the door but rather to unlock it.
The new doorbell comes at a time when smart home devices are becoming more popular, particularly among millennials.
According to a 2017 study, 57 percent of millennials use their smart home device in the home.
In 2017, more than 45 percent of those surveyed said they used their smart phone to access their home’s services, such as their bank accounts and social media accounts.
SmartHome said its doorstands will be available at retailers beginning July 24, 2018, with the company also starting selling doorbells at Walmart beginning in October.