The image below shows our typical motion graph. Here, the horizontal axis shows the time of the day and the vertical axis, the number of motion events. When Point detects movement under it, a motion event is recorded. The blue bars put together motion events that have been registered in the same 15 minutes period.

For example, if you left the house early, you can see when your kids woke up by looking at the time location of the next movement spike after you left. If, on the other hand, you need to make sure that the place is empty before you arrive back home, look at the most recent results and check that no motion events have been registered in the last hours.

The motion graph monitors movement even when your alarm is off, and it lets you be aware of what is going on at home without the need of cameras.

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