Architects should always seek to provide their clients with value-laden, cutting-edge solutions. So, when designing entrances for residential communities, it’s smart to include a Smart Video Intercom in your plans. The solution will give community managers more insight while serving as an attractive amenity for prospective residents. 

A combination of reliable LiftMaster® hardware and innovative myQ® technology, the CAPXM Smart Video Intercom – M features an intuitive interface with a high-definition color touch display and picture-in-picture function to provide residents with the modern experience they desire and the security they expect. It operates on a cloud-based system to offer a robust, scalable access solution that delivers enhanced functionality and easy integration with multiple access points. 

For property managers, the Smart Video Intercom – M’s 24/7 monitoring capabilities and real-time activity alerts through the myQ Community software allows them to conveniently manage and control multiple access points across several communities within a portfolio from a single dashboard and use live video streaming and recorded video clips of access events for clear traceability around property damage, vandalism, and other nuisances. 

Residents can use the myQ Community app to receive visual guest confirmation and access control. They can verify who is at the access point, from anywhere. Plus, they’ll be able to unlock any authorized entrance from their smartphone anytime. These are modern amenities that residents will appreciate. That’s why your client will be grateful that you are including them as a differentiator in your design. 

With the Smart Video Intercom – M, architects can offer their clients a customizable solution that can extend access control beyond the main entry point to others within the building such as a front gate, gym or pool. In addition to earning early award recognition, the new LiftMaster CAPXM Smart Video Intercom – M has garnered quick adoption within the multifamily industry and is being installed in numerous multifamily communities across the United States.

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