CAME has been awarded by the jury of the Archiproducts Design Awards 2021 - made up of many internationally renowned architecture firms, communication agencies, designers and photographers - for the exclusive and elegant design and innovative features of XVP, the first outdoor video entry system with tempered glass finish and optical bonding technology. The award was won out of over 750 candidates.
“The objective that we at CAME set ourselves when planning, designing and producing a new product – commented Andrea Menuzzo, CEO of CAME – is to combine the top of innovation with the aesthetics and elegance of Made in Italy. XVP, with its high technological features and state-of-the-art design, is a perfect example and we are very proud that a jury composed of international professionals has recognized the work of our team."
CAME has designed XVP to withstand both extreme hot and cold temperatures and has obtained the best international certifications that guarantee its reliability. IP technology also allows remote accessibility and management of the system, H24 for the security of large apartment blocks, multiple residential settings and office buildings; while the 30 LEDs integrated to the HD camera illuminates people and objects at night or in low visibility conditions and act as a courtesy light when the panel is in standby. In addition, it is possible to change its home page and screen saver for energy savings and include a map with the route to the selected interior. Lastly, with the appropriate App, visitors can access the building via Bluetooth without cards, transponders or access codes.
Therefore, the company continues to pursue its path of growth, both in terms of production and quality, always creating new solutions, and constantly reaching new goals as demonstrated by the two acquisitions closed this year by the British subsidiary CAME UK, which led to the creation of two new brands (CAME KMS and CAME Entrotec) and which will allow the Group to reach 40 million Euro turnover in the UK alone in 2021 and close 2021 with 250 Euro million in global turnover.