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As a key component of internal communication solutions, our Intercom system serves as the silent conductor, weaving connectivity in environments ranging from bustling airports and elegant hotels to industrious facilities and efficient metro lines.

At the heart of this innovation lies the promise of clarity and immediacy, transforming communication into a symphony that echoes through the corridors of modern connectivity.

What is Intercom?

An intercom, short for intercommunication, is a communication system that allows individuals in different locations to communicate with each other through the use of audio signals. Infoline, a leading provider of internal communication systems, offers Intercom solutions that cater to a diverse range of environments, including airports, hotels, industrial facilities, and metro lines.


How Does it Work?

The functionality of Intercom systems involves a set of key components working in tandem:

Intercom Stations:
These are the physical devices that individuals use to communicate. Intercom stations can be wall-mounted, desk-mounted, or handheld, depending on the specific requirements of the environment.

Microphones and Speakers
: Intercom stations are equipped with microphones for capturing audio and speakers for broadcasting it. This allows for two-way communication between individuals in different locations.

Centralized Control Unit
: The central control unit is the brain of the Intercom system. It manages the communication network, processes audio signals, and controls the distribution of messages to the relevant Intercom stations.

Communication Infrastructure
: Intercom systems rely on a communication infrastructure, which can include wired or wireless networks, to facilitate the transmission of audio signals between Intercom stations and the central control unit.

Integration with Other Systems:
In some applications, Intercom systems integrate with other building or security systems. For example, they may be connected to access control systems to facilitate communication at entry points.

User Interface:
Operators and users interact with the Intercom system through a user interface, typically on a central control console or software application. This interface allows for monitoring, initiating calls, and managing the overall functionality of the Intercom system.

What is it Used For?

Intercom systems serve various purposes across different sectors.

Security and Access Control

Intercoms play a crucial role in enhancing security by providing a means for controlled access. They are commonly used at entry points, allowing individuals to communicate with security personnel before being granted access.

Internal Communication

In large facilities or those with multiple departments, Intercom systems facilitate quick and direct communication between staff members. This is particularly valuable in industrial settings, where coordination and efficiency are essential.

Emergency Communication

Intercoms are integral components of emergency communication systems. In the event of an emergency, such as a fire or evacuation, Intercoms can broadcast critical announcements, guiding occupants to safety.

Public Spaces

In public spaces like airports and metro lines, Intercoms provide a means for announcements, information dissemination, and assistance to passengers. They contribute to the smooth operation of transportation systems and ensure public safety.