ASSA ABLOY to showcase how smart locks integrate with connected homes of the future

ASSA ABLOY to showcase how smart locks integrate with connected homes of the future
ASSA ABLOY’s home security brand Yale is showcasing its smart door locks at IFA 2017 on Sept. 1-6. Attendees will also see applications beyond home security, and discuss with professionals on how to integrate smart devices into a home environment.

The latest smart door locks make it easy and secure to open and monitor the front door with a smartphone, and to integrate with residential services in telecoms, utilities, home care and more.

Yale smart door locks to be exhibited at IFA 2017 include ENTR, which enables homeowners to access home or office via app, keypad PIN, remote control or fingerprint.

The Doorman lock, on the other hand, is insurance approved and specifically designed for the residential market. This smart door lock offers a complete retrofit solution for Scandinavian doors, and can integrate with leading smart home and security systems.

Also available at the stand is ASSA ABLOY’s recent “Smart-Home Security Report.” This exclusive ASSA ABLOY publication is aimed at potential partners and other businesses working in the residential sector, and is packed with market data and insights on smart door locks and their role in the fast-growing market for smart home services.

ASSA ABLOY says it is easy for all kinds of companies to build smarter domestic services. ASSA ABLOY smart security specialists will provide free installation and sales training for staff. A partner can then use their existing network, or harness the vast ASSA ABLOY installer network.

“We also encourage providers in any domestic service sector to speak to us, to find out how we can help them use our smart door locks to take their services to the next level. We already have many success stories to share,” says Omer Sagi, Smart Door Lock Business Development Director at ASSA ABLOY.

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