Point uses multiple sensors to help you get to know your home; a microphone array measuring sounds from sub-hertz to bat-level frequencies, a humidity sensor, a temperature sensor and two processors for analyzing the data.

By combining these input sources, Point recognizes events such as a window breaking (as opposed to a drinking glass), loud music, alarms and the presence of people.

Point connects to the internet over Wi-Fi and regularly sends information about temperature, humidity and noise levels to Minut’s backend. If Point detects an event, such as an alarm ringing, Point connects immediately to the backend so that the user can be notified in the Point app.

More elaborated technical specifications can be found here

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