Nest rejoins Google to push more AI-based smart security systems, according to the announcement made by the companies in November.

Operating as the Alphabet Inc. subsidiary since three years, the smart home systems maker Nest has set to reunite Google to collaborate with the hardware group of the search engine giant.

The announcement that Nest rejoins Google to push more AI-based smart security systems dated back in November has been rumored to be working, as the CEO of Nest, Marwan Fawaz will be reporting now onwards to the hardware head of Google, Rick Osterloh who supervise the major efforts of the company’s Chrome cast, Google Home and Pixel.


Osterloh said in a statement that, “All of Google’s investments in machine learning and AI; they can very clearly benefit Nest products. It just makes sense to be developing them together. It’s the natural thing to evolve to.”

The declaration has been disclosed today in a blog post released by Osterloh in concurrence with a chain of some interviews with media. during an interview, he told that this new advancement is about sympathizing all the hardware verticals based on artificial intelligence in to just one unite that can associate more closely.

CEO of Nest, Marwan Fawaz described about the matter of Alphabet’s unique structure as, “Each bet is different. We have different journeys. In this particular case, Rick and I came together and said, ‘[Nest rejoining Google] makes sense. Other bets will have different journeys. They can have a different outcome. There’s not one size that fits all in the model.”