The Dime, a 23-story mixed-use building in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York, has selected Position Imaging Inc.’s Smart Package Room, a package management system that leverages computer vision technology to track packages and ensure secure resident delivery and retrieval in under 20 seconds, according to a press release.
Couriers scan package labels at the Smart Package Room to automatically assign items and notify residents of arrival. Computer vision technology watches each package until residents scan their QR Codes at the smart kiosk showing package location within the package room. The Smart Package Room with laser guidance provides visual and audio prompts to ensure the correct item is picked up.
“The convenience and speed of the Smart Package Room, combined with the freedom of secure access to our building, will allow residents of The Dime to live safely and comfortably, with the best amenities the industry has to offer,” Nicholas Silvers, founding partner of Tavros Holdings, said in the release. “Adding a scalable convenient package room has become critical to our residents as they depend more and more on goods delivered directly to their home.”
The Dime also selected a video intercom system from ButterflyMX, a Position Imaging partner. The mobile access security system uses QR codes for guest access, resident directories and video calling. Both systems offer contactless operation using the residents’ mobile devices.