RTI has developed a two-way driver that allows integrators to program DoorBird IP Video Door Stations into RTI automation and control systems, enabling door access at home and from anywhere.
“Having intercom capabilities at all of the entry points of a home provides a truly enhanced level of convenience and safety for the homeowner,” said Mike Everett, vice president of sales and marketing, Americas, RTI. “With the new DoorBird IP Video Door Station driver, RTI dealers can integrate up to 12 stations into an RTI system, allowing users to answer the door and control the device conveniently alongside the rest of their smart home systems.”
The two-way DoorBird IP Video Door Station driver provides programming of events for connected, disconnected, doorbell, door open, and motion. This allows the RTI control system to execute commands based on these events. For example, using an RTI user interface, users can turn on lights, unlock doors, and adjust microphone and speaker levels. It also provides system status of each station by name. Intercom capabilities between DoorBird and RTI devices can be enabled using the SIP protocol. In addition, RTI’s MJPEG Video driver is set to handle video intercom capabilities.
“DoorBird is very excited about the full integration of our DoorBird IP video door stations with RTI,” said Helmut Schaeller, head of partner integration and tech support at DoorBird. “We are now able to offer our sales and integration partners full integration, including SIP with a leading home automation system. RTI is an organization with excellent technology and highly experienced people at work. We look forward to our continued partnership with RTI and are confident that this will be a very successful integration for all parties involved.”
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