September 25, 2014
This release of Brivo OnAir introduces IPAC, a telephone entry and access control system. The device utilizes Voice-over IP to facilitate communication between guests and residents and can provide access control to two doors. IPAC integrates seamlessly with the Brivo OnAir interface and provides users with a simple, stylish and secure telephone entry and access control system.
Additionally, we reduced the time it takes for an OVR camera to recover a lost stream and made overall system enhancements to improve performance. This release of Brivo OnAir introduces IPAC, a telephone entry and access control system.
New Product Introduction: IPAC Cloud-Based Telephone Entry System
Brivo is proud to announce the release of the IPAC Telephone Entry system as the newest addition to our access control portfolio. Developed with Liftmaster, this device is the world’s first IP-enabled outdoor access control system with Voice-over IP (VoIP). IPAC combines the capabilities of Brivo’s two-door IPDC with a visitor management system providing access control for two doors and the ability to store up to 50,000 residents.
IPAC boasts a 10-inch color touch screen and full QWERTY keyboard. In a traditional telephone entry system, guests may scroll through an alphabetical list of residents to request access.
To manage the device, users can enter data directly through the touch screen interface or through the Brivo OnAir application. The device integrates seamlessly with Brivo OnAir and can be accessed under the Users tab as seen in the screenshot below.
If an OVR camera displays a “Stream Lost” message, the camera will now automatically reconnect within one minute.
Due to improvements made to our video platform, we have changed the process of connecting a camera to Brivo OnAir once it has been deleted. For information on how to reconnect a camera, follow the instructions in the user interface after deleting the device.