Aiphone introduces mobile app for IP network intercom & security system
Users of the Aiphone IX IP network PoE based intercom and security system are now able to remotely utilise many of its key features via their AndroidTM and Apple® smartphones and tablets, thanks to the launch of a new mobile app.
Designed to enhance the flexibility and ease of use of the IX system, Aiphone’s new free mobile app, available from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, enables users to receive calls from any IX Series intercom unit, including the IX-MV master station, and activate release contacts such as door strikes. The mobile app is equipped with four buttons for users to programme commonly used functions, whilst also included in a long list of practical features, is the ability to view any door or emergency station.
Recently shortlisted as a Finalist in the Communication Product of the Year category of the 2016 Security & Fire Excellence Awards, the IX system has been designed to provide communication with an infinite number of doors and to interact with other IP devices and security systems. It offers video entry security, internal communication, emergency stations and multicast paging.
Wyatt Taylor, Sales Manager of Aiphone UK Ltd said:
“All the IX system’s functions can be implemented between remote locations over large areas and distances. The introduction of our mobile app further enhances its ability to provide an ideal intercom and security solution for any type of application involving multiple locations, such as airports, education campuses, railway stations and parking facilities.”
Aiphone has become the most respected and reliable brand of communication systems in the world. With its corporate headquarters in Nagoya, Japan, the company employees in excess of 1,450 people and exports to over 60 countries.
Aiphone communications products range from simple one to one door entry kits through to complex microprocessor-based IP commercial systems as well as sophisticated video entry security systems for luxury apartment buildings.