Door intercom systems, also reffered to as a door phone is a stand-alone voice communications system that is deployed within a building or small collection of structures, functioning independently of the public telephone network. These systems usually include a camera connected outside the door. Video intercom equipment is extensively established as audiovisual communication systems at the entry-exit points of societies, offices, and commercial structures, among others. These devices communicate the audio and visual information by means of loudspeakers, cameras, and other components to enable communication between the visitor and user. Some door intercom market trends according to the MRFR door intercom market report, are rapid urbanization in diverse economies, coupled with increased building automation, which is driving the door intercom market growth for residential and commercial applications. The components necessary to build a wired intercom system are footswitches, mic stands, microphone cables, and magnetic loop detectors.
Ordinal intercom systems are the most common kind of door intercom systems and are generally built by professionals during the construction phase. This type of intercom system is typically concealed inside the walls of a house and to some extent, expensive as compared to other categories of intercom systems. These systems are much more resistant to wear and tear and external interferences. These systems support in protecting the property against burglar attacks. Ordinal methods are preferred in most commercial, industrial, or multi-residential installations as they are far less susceptible to hackers than the wireless and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Wi-Fi intercom systems use diverse types of radio frequencies to send intercom signals within the property. Wi-Fi intercom systems are less expensive as compared to ordinal intercom systems. These devices do not require any installation. In most cases, Wi-Fi intercom systems are battery-powered, and these batteries can last for a long time. Some intercom systems send out notifications when the battery needs to be replaced. Furthermore, some indoor or outdoor wireless intercom systems are fortified with portable receivers. These devices can be accessed from different locations according to the user’s convenience. On the other hand, Wi-Fi systems are less reliable because of their inadequate range capacity and potential vulnerability for interference.
Currently, door intercoms have become an essential part of security measures for both security and convenience purposes. Door intercom systems enable individuals to improve the security of homes as well as helps in avoiding unwanted or unwelcome visitors. Door intercoms have extensive applications in hotels, offices, hospitals, houses, apartments, schools, and airports, among others.
The key players of the global door intercom market are Aiphone Corporation (Japan), Guangdong Anjubao Digital Technology Co., Ltd (China), Panasonic Corporation (Japan), Fujian Aurine Technology Co., Ltd. (China), COMMAX (South Korea), Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd (South Korea), Legrand SA (France), Shenzhen Soben (China), Honeywell International, Inc. (US), Kocom Co., Ltd. (South Korea), Schneider Electric SE (France), Dahua Technology Co., Ltd (China), ABB Group (Switzerland), Fermax (Spain), TCS AG (Germany).
In February 2019, Schneider Electric announced APC NetBotz, a monitoring and management system. The major features of this product include integrated surveillance, sensing, and badge access control, new high definition, low-light cameras, video clip capture, and native support for wireless sensors.
In December 2017, Dahua Technology Co., Ltd launched its first battery-powered, Wi-Fi video doorbell – DB10, which supports up to a five-month service period in a single charge and can be fully charged in 3.5 hours, enabling the user to spend as little time and attention on maintenance as possible.
The global door intercom market has been segmented based on product, application, and region.
Based on product, the market has been classified as ordinal intercom system and Wi-Fi intercom system. The ordinal intercom system segment accounted for the largest market share in 2018; the Wi-Fi intercom system segment is expected to register the highest CAGR during the forecast period. The components required to build a wired intercom system are microphone cables, footswitches, mic stands, and magnetic loop detectors. These systems are much more resistant to wear and tear and external interferences. These systems help in protecting the property against burglar attacks. Ordinal systems are preferred in most commercial, industrial, or multi-residential installations as they are far less vulnerable to hackers than the wireless and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Wi-Fi intercoms are highly convenient as they can be installed without any wires. Besides, Wi-Fi intercom systems are convenient systems especially for large residential spaces, where the user moves from room to room. However, Wi-Fi systems are less reliable because of their limited range capacity and potential vulnerability for interference.
Door Intercom Market Share Expected to Grow at a CAGR of 7.92% 2019 to 2025, Emerging Global…
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