Epsilon Security installs security system featuring high-level lift integration at the Conservatory, a high-end inner city development in Melbourne, Victoria.
Our work at the Conservatory marks the first installation of an IP intercom and integrated high-level lift control on a building of this size in Melbourne. Spanning across 43 levels, the lift integration feature allows for users to key in their desired destination at the control panel and the system tells the user which lift to use. The entire system also features Integriti access control and Hikvision CCTV – components which together form a tailored security system to suit the requirements of this stunning residential tower.
Completed late last year, the Conservatory is located a short distance from iconic Lygon Street in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD. Developed by UEM Sunrise Berhad, the Conservatory features over 450 apartments, complemented by luxury amenities including a skydeck, golf simulator, and cinema to name a few.
For more information regarding a customised security system for your next project, please feel free to contact us.
Andrea Baratta | Director
Epsilon Security Victoria
T: 1300 280 122
ABOUT THE URMET GROUP IN AUSTRALIA
We are a technology group. We help our clients, developers, to build smarter, safer and more connected buildings.
At Urmet Australia, we work closely with developers and consultants to advise on the latest technologies and the very best solutions we have available for a wide variety of residential and commercial building applications. Being the first company to launch a full residential IP system in Australia, we have a long history of working with building professionals and leading construction companies in this space, tailoring solutions to meet specific project needs.
Our sister company, Epsilon Security, is always on hand to provide installation and service support on all our new and existing sites to ensure that our products continue to perform well and that we continue to remain trusted advisors and partners to our clients and beyond.
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