How Aiphone Creates New Products

Dana Pruiett

How Aiphone Creates New Products

Dana Pruiett

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Parking: Intercoms Add Security
Dana Pruiett — Marketing Manager
The parking industry is rapidly moving toward automated, unmanned lots, and garages. Automated ticket dispensers and payment options get drivers in and out quickly. But as parking operators cut manpower, they’re facing increased security and service challenges.   The latest reports from the Federal Bureau of Justice Statistics show just how big that challenge is.
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Aiphone’s Freakish Reliability
Dana Pruiett — Marketing Manager
Aiphone products have long been known for their quality performance and reliability. Dealers and integrators tell us it’s not unusual to find a 30-year-old Aiphone intercom system still operating as it did when it was installed. (Side note: with our network adaptors, some of these existing and still functional stations, wiring and all, can still
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Aiphone Solutions are Saving Enterprise Organizations Time and Money
Dana Pruiett — Marketing Manager
With facilities located across a city, country, and maybe even oceans, enterprise organizations offer their own security challenges.  Each location needs local security, yet corporate officials want to keep a handle on what’s happening throughout the organization.   Aiphone can help with solutions to meet both needs.   For example, a Texas water district operates
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Top 4 Questions to Ask Your Intercom Customers
Paul Hefty — Technical Sales & Support Engineer
When a customer asks for an intercom solution, there are a few key questions to start with to ensure the product meets their needs.   Do you need an audio-only or video intercom? If your customer just needs to communicate between offices, make building-wide announcements, and unlock doors remotely, then an audio-only unit may suffice.
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Securing School Entrances – Keeping it Simple…and Safe
Paul Hefty — Technical Sales & Support Engineer
Part of a K-12 administrator’s job is balancing the need to protect students while welcoming parents, volunteers, vendors, and others. First responders and security professionals agree locking all doors once classes begin is a great way to keep people out.   Access control systems with key cards or PINs are convenient ways to allow faculty
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