HARRISON, N.J., Oct. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — A touchscreen and mobile app are at the core of the security system at 221 Bergen, a boutique building of luxury rentals in Harrison, N.J. announced Coldwell Banker New Homes. ButterflyMX™ – the first Smartphone Video Intercom Platform – monitors visitors, including providing photo and time stamp tracking and video messaging.
“Residents can feel especially safe and secure, knowing that the ButterflyMX™ is on the job 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week,” said David Schoner, Vice President, CB New Homes. “This is a cutting-edge security system that utilizes the way people already communicate via Smartphones.”
Visitors check in at the touchscreen in the lobby where they scroll through resident names. Once they find the right person, they press a button, which automatically dials the resident’s Smartphone—whether they are at home or work. Residents receive a notification on their phones and can pick up to receive a video chat, or ignore the call and receive a video or text message. Residents also may open the main building door to visitor(s) by pressing a button on their phones. Those without Smartphones may get a regular phone call or receive notification at their computer or other Internet-accessible device.
ButterflyMX™ allows residents to provide virtual keys to delivery people, contractors, maids and others. Virtual keys activate and expire at pre-designated times. In addition, 221 Bergen managers can send building-wide alerts to residents via the system.
SOURCE Coldwell Banker New Homes