Imagine you're filthy rich and have a five-bedroom home in the English countryside. How do you keep your house secure? An enormous gate with a fancy intercom system? Multiple cameras and smart locks? That's so old hat. Sunflower Labs, a company led by former Evernote executive Alex Pachikov, is pitching something far more extravagant: a residential security drone that, once deployed, can check out disturbances autonomously. The system starts with 'Sunflowers,' a collection of motion and vibration sensors that double as color-changing garden lights. Each flower has a 20-foot detection radius and can accurately differentiate between people, cars and animals. Which is good, because you don't want to be woken up every time a fox trots across your lawn. (Unless, of course, you love animals and want to capture them on film.) If you're not expecting any visitors, you can deploy the lightweight 'Bee' drone and sit back as it investigates further. The quadcopter will use GPS and "ultrasonic collision-avoidance sensors" to stay airborne and livestream everything it encounters to your phone. Read our full story on Engadget: Get More Engadget: • Like us on Facebook: • Follow us on Twitter: • Follow us on Instagram: • Read more: