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Mobile access with Aperio wireless locks

Mobile access with Aperio wireless locks
Mobile access is changing the way we interact with buildings and how we manage their security. The smartphone becomes a mobile key just as easily as it transforms into a payment card or a map.
Mobile access is changing the way we interact with buildings and how we manage their security. The smartphone becomes a mobile key just as easily as it transforms into a payment card or a map. With this convenient device, users unlock buildings or rooms, across one or multiple sites, securely and at a lower cost to a business than alternative credentials.

Mobile access via Aperio battery-powered locks is built on Seos, a next-generation platform with class-leading cryptography and authentication, plus unrivaled privacy protection. Security managers can amend mobile credentials over the air, without any need for dedicated readers or asking a user to check in their credential. Nobody is left waiting around for their access permissions to update.

Compatibility and security are at the heart of Aperio mobile access. Aperio locks already accept all major RFID credentials as well as the NFC mobile wireless protocol. The E100 Electronic Escutcheon works with Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) too. More Aperio devices will offer BLE compatibility in a near future.

User experience at the door is always identical. Users simply present their Android or Apple phone at the reader, just as they would a smart card. They don’t even need to open an app. No training is needed, because unlocking an Aperio device is easy and intuitive.

Aperio locks can operate with all credential technologies simultaneously: Building users need not unanimously adopt one format. Security managers do not have to implement a mass transfer to a single technology. Businesses can run RFID and mobile in parallel. They can upgrade from low- to high-security credentials when they choose. Every technology is always included in the package: There is no decision to make at the moment of purchase.

Aperio locks already reduce the cost of extending access control within a building, wire-free. They are quick to install, cost-efficient to run and integrate seamlessly with security systems from over 100 different manufacturers.

To learn more, download a free Aperio Mobile Access Solution Guide here.


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