If the motion is being detected when is no one is home, Motion Sensitivity may be set too high.
If you have the sensitivity set to High and have pets, enable Pet mode. If you already have pet mode enabled, turn the sensitivity down to medium. Continue adjusting and testing the sensitivity, using Live View as a guide.
If you do not have pets, other items in your home may also inadvertently trigger motion events:
- Oscillating fans
- robotic vacuums
- curtains blowing due to a breeze
Try lowering the sensitivity so these occurrences are not detected as motion. If possible, you could also deselect the devices in those affected rooms from your Motion Detection Devices list.
Motion Detection Devices and SuperPods should also be placed towards the centre of your home, instead of on the outside walls. If the sensitivity is too high and your devices are too close to the outside walls, motion happening outside, like someone dropping off a package may trigger an event.