1. Protects your building from vandals and intruders. Many criminals will be unwilling to actually try to invade a building, vandalize it, or do something violent or destructive once they realize that in order to be granted entry, they have to identify who they are. Even just the act of having to verbally give their name and purpose to another is enough to ward off most criminals. Obviously, they could lie, but most people know that they can easily be identified by their voice.
that door can easily identify it as a “no-go” zone for those in your building.It also keeps those areas restricted, as anyone who want to access them will have to either verbally or verbally and visually identify themselves to the person back at the master station. Because some intercom systems allow you to remotely lock and unlock doors, this is a great way to have restricted access doors, and make sure only the people you want to have access to them actually have access.
3. Restricted building access. This is one of the best ways to keep the employees or tenants of a building and their possessions safe.If only the people with keys can unlock the doors and then let other people into the building, it will be very rare that someone can get into the building that is not supposed to be in that building.
4. Can add video. While an audio intercom system has plenty of benefits, you can add video to your audio system, making your building even safer. Video makes it possible to visually identify those trying to get into your building or certain parts of your building, which will further dissuade illegal activity.
These are only some of the many, many benefits that go along with having an intercom systems in your building!