Linksys Aware, a motion-sensing service which was introduced last year has got a new feature recently which allows it to connect to third-party devices. This new update has been received by ongoing CES 2021. Linksys has also launched the AXE8400 mesh router system, that is the company’s first to support Wi-Fi 6E which helps in serving as additional points of communication for motion sensor with Wemo smart plugs or Belkin smart speakers.
Linksys Aware was using Wi-Fi signals transported between mesh routers to track activities happening at a particular place. That emerged as a secure way for motion sensing in homes as users were not required to put a particular security camera or other devices. But to bring further enhancements, the company has brought third-party devices support to its service.
Linksys will provide motion alerts to users through its mobile app. These alerts could be turned off or put on snooze. The additional points of communication through third-party devices will also enable users to customize the motion sensitivity level and avoid false alarms.
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The update on the Linksys Aware service will be available through the Linksys app beginning March or April 2021 in the US and will gradually roll out worldwide. Linksys claims that its new mesh router system can connect more than 65 devices, all sharing the same bandwidth.