IP video door entry systems have gained more and more market acceptance around the world due to their various benefits. Their deployment can even be a good sales pitch for real estate developers as they sell to a new generation of homebuyers.IP video door entry systems have gained more and more market acceptance around the world due to their various benefits, for example convenience and integrative features. Their deployment can even be a good sales pitch for real estate developers as they sell to a new generation of homebuyers.
That was the point raised by Fermax in a recent blog post titled “IP video door entry systems: a profitable investment for real estate promotions.”
According to Fermax, IP video door entry systems offer several benefits, including simplicity of installation. “The power supply in IP technology is done via Ethernet, meaning that the arrangement of the devices, characterized by their firmness and resistance, is simplified,” it said.
Further, as IP video door entry is essentially a networked system, it can communicate or integrate with other devices sitting on the network, from mobile phones to NVRs.
“IP video door entry systems are the perfect solution for those who want to have a security system at any moment, when they are out of home. IP systems offer comfort by offering a system that allows to answer a call without having to move to the monitor or the door phone,” the post said. “IP video door entry systems can be integrated with IP recorders, home automation systems and other applications. It allows complete control and improves the security and efficiency in the home. We do not only talk about buildings, but also single-family homes.”
A profitable investment for real estate promotions
According to Fermax, the aforementioned features make IP video door entry systems especially cost-effective in large building projects and high standards projects. “It's perfect for projects that require integration with home automation, access control, video surveillance or high-end solutions,” the post said.
It further argued that real estate developers can invest in a good IP video door entry system and use that to promote their offerings to a new generation of homebuyers, who are drawn to today’s technologies.
“Upcoming generations of video door entry systems users are demanding modern and innovative services according to their digital needs,” it said. “The video door entry technology moves forward alongside the changes in telecommunications and social habits, mainly from the desire of the people to have more comfort, security and innovation.”
While investing in a video door entry system can be an expensive proposition, the cost-effectiveness in the end justifies the investment, Fermax said, citing its LYNX line of IP video door entry products as an example. “The price range of the IP devices is superior to other systems terminals. That might be a brake on some construction projects. Although the LYNX product range and the installation is a greater investment, LYNX allows to save costs in the project, reducing the wiring required, the workforce timing for the integration and the amortization of the expenses per number of apartments,” it said.
According to the post, selecting an IP video door entry system brand is of great importance. “Each brand of IP video door entry systems has its own particularities and differences. For the installation of an IP system, we will also need technicians trained on this type of facilities. To overcome this challenge, the role of the supplier is essential,” it said.
It further said LYNX wins out by quality and design. “The main advantage provided by IP systems and LYNX by Fermax is the possibility to have high-range indoor terminals, which offer a greater number of functionalities and better materials used in the manufacturing,” it said. “IP video door entry devices (outdoor panels and indoor devices as telephones or monitors) related to LYNX are manufactured with durable materials and exclusive design. The purified, simple and elegant features presents a neat finish that combined with the property style.”