Best-selling pet camera maker’s update notifies subscribers about barks, meows, pets and people; automatically recognizes and captures pet activity on video
San Francisco, CA — November 15, 2018 — Petcube today released smart pet recognition features as an update to Petcube camera users with eligible subscription plans to Petcube Care (https://petcube.com/care/). The new update gives pet parents real-time alerts about potentially dangerous events, with audio recognition of barking and meowing, and the ability to tell the difference between pets and people.
The events trigger automatic video cloud recording so users can go back later and see what happened. The pet recognition features are powered by artificial intelligence technology that will continue to get smarter over time.
“Petcube has already helped hundreds of thousands of pet parents to save their pets from emergencies at home, understand and correct bad behaviors, and get peace of mind that their pets and homes are safe,” said Yaroslav Azhnyuk, CEO and co-founder of Petcube. “The smart alerts and pet recognition features provide even better intelligence. This is really timely for pet parents since pets can be particularly stressed during the busy holiday travel season because of changes to their daily routines.”
Petcube Care, an optional subscription service for owners of Petcube’s best-selling pet cameras, includes multi-day 24/7 video cloud recording, longer video clips, an extended 2-year warranty, and exclusive savings on top brand pet supplies, products and services. Subscribers can save hundreds of dollars a year on pet care with savings from leading pet brands, including Trupanion, Mars Petcare, Wellness, Ollie, Rover.com, Audible for Dogs, DOGTV, and Luuup. Plans start at $4.99 per month.
Petcube Bites is now available for $229 and Petcube Play for $179. New purchasers of Petcube Bites and Petcube Play receive a 7-day free trial to Petcube Care, with the smart alerts & pet recognition features.
Petcube is reimagining pet care, and makes the best-selling pet cameras and software, connecting people to their pets. Their products enable people to see, talk, play, and treat pets remotely while keeping pets safe and healthy. Petcube products are available in 18 countries and sold in 5,000 retail locations. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, CA. For more information visit the Petcube website, and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.