Brandware Selected to Launch Technology Brand Kami Home in U.S. Market

by | Jun 10, 2019

Brandware, an independent marketing communications agency, has been selected to introduce Kami Home, an advanced residential and small business security system, to U.S. customers who want peace of mind without the hassle and cost of drilling or rewiring. The Kami Home product suite features advanced technology not commonly found at lower price points, including motion tracking and 360-degree panning. The brand is owned by YI Technology, Inc., a global leader in advanced imaging technologies.

Featured U.S. market products include the Kami Indoor Camera, a new Kami Smart Security Starter Kit and Kami Indoor/Outdoor Wireless Camera. Fast and easy installation is one of Kami Home’s hallmark benefits: customers can secure and begin monitoring their property, indoors and out, in under five minutes. Kami Home’s product story includes components such as a new camera that offers crisp, full 1080p video surveillance with enhanced night vision and two-way audio. It streams real-time video to the Kami Home smartphone app and includes free 7-day rolling cloud storage for video clips.

Brandware’s Atlanta team will collaborate with YI Technology’s offices in China and San Francisco on brand and media strategy, including product demos and media collateral.

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