The Motorola Scout 5000, which made its debut at CES 2015, is so much more than a pet tracking collar.
Equipped with a GPS tracker, Wi-Fi and a wide angle camera, the Scout allows users to not only know where their pet is, but actually see and communicate with them, too. For instance, pet owners can watch a livestream (with 720p video) to see what's going on with their beloved pooch while they're away. Better yet, owners can actually speak or command their dog if they notice that they're upset or misbehaving.
The services available from the Motorola Scout 5000 are made possible using Hubble, an Internet of Things Platform that enables voice-over IP, video streaming and even cloud recording.