Philips Hue, known for their smart bulbs, is reportedly planning to enter the world of home monitoring by introducing a smart security camera. The news was shared by Eric Rondolat, CEO of Philips Hue's parent company Signify, who emphasized the integration of security and lighting solutions. This move is expected to be showcased at the upcoming IFA event in Berlin. In addition, Rondolat mentioned that the new cameras will feature end-to-end encryption, making them the first of their kind. While there already exist other systems offering such security features, the Hue app will likely serve as the central hub for managing the cameras. It remains uncertain whether the cameras will be rebranded versions of Wiz, another brand under Signify, or if they will be entirely new products.
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