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Panasonic introduces "video door-phone" system for a better life

Released at: 15:14, 18/09/2017

Panasonic introduces "video door-phone" system for a better life

Photo: Panasonic Vietnam

New product revealed at the "Architecture for the Deaf and Hearing-Impaired - Inclusive Architecture and Technical Solutions for the Deaf and Hearing-Impaired" seminar in Hanoi on September 16.

by Doanh Doanh

Panasonic introduced an outstanding solution, a “video door-phone” system, at the “Architecture for the Deaf and Hearing-Impaired - Inclusive Architecture and Technical Solutions for the Deaf and Hearing-Impaired” seminar, organized by the Vietnam Sustainability Social Enterprise (VSSE) at Panasonic Risupia Vietnam, 90 Tran Thai Tong Street, Hanoi, on September 16.

The “video door-phone” system integrates a security camera and a doorbell with an indoor monitoring system, helping family members and the deaf easily identify, communicate, and open doors automatically to guests. It also mitigates potential security risks and protects the house 24/7.

“Panasonic is not only known as a leading Japanese manufacture of consumer electronics, but also as a pioneer in providing B2B total solutions such as security systems, door phones, commercial air conditioners, cold chains, lights and switches, etc. to develop residential areas, urban areas, commercial complexes, and communities, and ensure a modern, comfortable, and safe lifestyle for everybody,” Mr. Masaaki Kobayashi, General Director of Panasonic Vietnam said. “We expect to introduce Panasonic’s B2B solutions more widely in Vietnam.”

In parallel with manufacturing and business activities, Panasonic always focuses on corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities around the world. It was the main sponsor of the seminar, which provided an opportunity for policy makers, organizations, and individuals in the field of architecture and construction to better understand the need for differing access in the deaf and hearing-impaired community and to foster access to architecture and construction to support their lives.

Panasonic also supported the project by providing content, images, and the technical specifications of the solution, for sharing on the platforms of the Hoanhapxahoi project, opening up a new approach for the community.

The “Panasonic One-Stop-Solution” model has been displayed at Panasonic Risupia Vietnam since August and has attracted much attention from businesses, developers, architects, builders, organizations, and individuals.

In Vietnam, apart from establishing Panasonic Risupia Vietnam, which is free to enter and welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors each year, Panasonic has also developed the Panasonic scholarship program, to fulfil the dreams of Vietnamese students, the 100,000 solar lantern project, to support remote communities, the annual “For a Green Vietnam” tree planting program, and the Kids Witness News program, among others.

The Panasonic Corporation is a worldwide leader in the development of diverse electronics technologies and solutions for customers in the consumer electronics, housing, automotive, enterprise solutions, and device industries. Since its founding in 1918, the company has expanded globally and now operates 474 subsidiaries and 94 associated companies worldwide.

Panasonic Vietnam (PV) is the first 100 per cent foreign-invested company to assume the role of country headquarters in Vietnam. Member companies include Panasonic Industrial Devices Vietnam (PIDVN), Panasonic System Networks Vietnam (PSNV), Panasonic Appliances Vietnam (PAPVN), Panasonic AVC Networks Vietnam (PAVCV), Panasonic Eco Solutions Vietnam (PESVN), and the Panasonic Research & Development Center Vietnam (PRDCV). The Group currently employs about 8,000 people.

In Vietnam, Panasonic is one among those enterprises that place great emphasis on social activities surrounding education and the environment.

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