When it comes to designing a functional and effective communication or security system for commercial applications, AT&I Systems is the choice. Whether your looking to enhance an existing system or seeking a solution to a problem, AT&I Systems’ extensive range of products and design options will help you achieve your security goals.
AT&I Systems provides commercial security products that are unrivaled in design simplicity, technical excellence, and reliability. Featuring intercoms with door release, sophisticated video entry security, and complex microprocessor-based systems, AT&I Systems has over 30 different systems to create the perfect communications application for commercial use.
Main Entrances: Protect your staff by giving them the advantage to safely confirm the identity of visitors and vendors before granting access. By using intercom products with crisp audio and clear, up-close video images, employees can see and hear who is requesting entry and unlock the door without getting up.
Secondary Entrances: Secure alternate access points into the building when keeping the main entrance open. Guards or staff can monitor for suspicious activity while informing visitors to enter through the front of the building. Intercoms with card access readers allow entry for authorized personnel at these locations.
Office Communication: Locate and speak with employees in any part of the building. Page individuals or make emergency announcements using overhead paging systems or communicate between rooms with AT&I Systems intercoms. Connect multiple buildings for instant communication using an IP intercom.
Internal Security: Control who enters secured rooms and/or floors of a building. AT&I Systems intercoms with built-in card access readers and access control keypads give those with proper credentials a convenient way to gain access. Allow entrance to individuals without proper credentials with the simple push of a button.
Parking & Garages: Monitor access points and allow visitors to speak with an attendant by placing video intercoms at stanchions and gate entrances. If an emergency occurs, connect elevators, stairwells, and other remote locations to someone at a security control center or concierge station.
Service Entrances: Answer calls from remote locations to determine if a visitor is legitimate. With video and voice monitoring intercom systems, employees can see and hear individuals requesting access into exposed loading docks, shipping bays, and delivery areas while avoiding face-to-face confrontations.