Urmet’s app-based integration platform on its Max IP video entry systems using Android – unique among mainstream door entry manufacturers – is proving a big hit among residential property developers.
Urmet has supplied its IP-based door entry solution to a £120 million residential development in London on a historic stretch of the Thames.
Telegraph Works in Greenwich is a landmark project that includes an 18-storey tower, three eight-storey buildings, apartment blocks and townhouses. The works are by Weston Homes and Cathedral Group, operating in a joint venture with regeneration and property developer U+I. The result has been 272 new dwellings situated in waterfront grounds reclaimed from land once used for rope-making and submarine cables.
Following the successful introduction of the Max Pro Urmet launches a Lite version.
Apart from the cost what is the difference?
Atheistically the Max Pro and Max Lite are identical both offering a slim profile.
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CallMe is the call forwarding system designed by Urmet allowing you to use your smartphone or tablet to answer your video door phone and open doors and gates. Just install the special connecting device inside your video door phone system and download the free Urmet CallMe App. CallMe is compatible with the Urmet 2Voice 2 wire system can the 1083/58 call forwarding device is powered by the 2Voice BUS and connects to the users router (internet connection required)
Urmet have launched a new range or Architectural video door entry panels. The Elekta INOX panel range features design elements frequently requested by Architects
Stunning, simple, sleek, beautiful… all words that could be used to describe the Max Black. The compact dimensions and design architecture are accentuated by the quality and richness of the materials mixed to construct the Max, creating a touchscreen that’s at home in any modern, contemporary or boutique apartment.