The Amazon Alexa camera has a feature that lets users “see” the location of nearby vehicles.
The feature is a new feature for the Redlight Camera, which Amazon acquired in September.
Redlight Cameras are a new type of security camera that lets you see your car from outside the car itself.
The Amazon Echo and other smart speakers can also be set up to see nearby cars from within the home.
The Alexa camera uses infrared technology to capture and display images.
The cameras are also being used to help the company improve security for its Alexa-enabled devices.
Alexa is a voice-activated digital assistant that is used by millions of people every day.
In the past, the Alexa camera would use infrared technology that would cause the cameras to capture images of cars, pedestrians, and other objects.
That technology was not secure enough, according to a Redlight camera spokesperson.
The camera is still in development, but Amazon says the technology has been refined and has been “designed with a new way of capturing images that is easier for the user to view.”
Amazon is also showing off a feature called “Eyes On The Road,” which shows you the approximate location of a car in real time.
The company is also introducing an “Empathy Camera” that lets Alexa help you identify dangerous drivers.
Amazon says it will continue to improve Alexa-controlled devices, including its Alexa and Alexa Dot smart speakers.
The Echo Dot is also being tested in the U.S. with cameras installed.
Amazon also is looking to add a new voice-controlled camera for its Fire TV, which is currently not being used.
It is also testing a “Sophos Eye” camera that is meant to help with surveillance, the company said.
“Sonic” voice-recognition technology will be added in 2018 for the new Fire TV.