Noonlight is a connected security app that can manipulate requests to emergency services at the touch of a button. But where should you place that button? Thanks to a partnership with Wyze, the answer may be in your camera feed. It is a great solution for anyone watching a family member remotely.
The two companies announced the collaboration today, Wyze already tested the function with users. If you subscribe to Noonlight, you can set an emergency button that will show up in your camera feeds.
If you see an elderly family member fall or see signs of fire, help is removed at the touch of a button. Of course, you may not always look at your camera feeds, but Wyze's motion alerts can help with that.
While Noonlight is available on other services such as Tinder, Lyft and Uber, this is an inexpensive way to get the service to your home. Wyze cameras are incredibly cheap, but still very good considering the price.
To get started, you need to update to the latest version of the Wyze app and then set the emergency buttons option in the new emergency services section.
Source: Noonlight and Wyze via ZDNet