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Urmet’s IPervoice video entry and access control solution has been installed at St Joseph’s Gate, an apartment complex located at a former foreign missionary college in Mill Hill, London. The system was chosen for the redevelopment of the Berkeley Group’s site due to its simple installation process and the ability of Urmet products to blend with the Grade II-listed architecture.  

Residents and visitors benefit from Urmet’s digital video door entry panels, which communicate with touchscreen iModo monitors inside the apartments. The Power over Ethernet (PoE) external panels are Urmet’s Elekta Glass units, housed in a design that has minimal visual impact on the building. 

IPervoice has been installed across the whole location, with its server connected to a dedicated LAN that routes all communication between the external and internal devices supplied by Urmet. This has produced cost-savings for the property management client and is also a ‘green’ approach, since only one LAN is required for access control and video entry. The iModo monitors make no dedicated cable infrastructure demands and are simply integrated with general network cable.  

Access control is managed by Urmet’s PC-based concierge switchboard software, with an intuitive wizard simplifying day-to-day operation. Residents at St Joseph’s Gate use proximity key fob tokens with car-owners also using RF cards. The site manager operating the switchboard is presented with simple screen menu options to search for, add, delete and suspend tokens, as well as to generate reports when required.  

The Urmet Group
www.urmet.co.uk 

 

 

 

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