Connected living has become the order of the day, and in lockstep smart home technology has reached a tipping point. In a survey conducted for ASSA ABLOY’s new “Smart Door Locks Report 2018,” 60% of respondents said they owned at least one smart device. Alongside managing energy use, security is the major priority for today’s homeowners.
Yet door and lock standards, and materials, differ not only from person to person but also from country to country. ASSA ABLOY’s trusted security brands draw on decades of experience securing homes and businesses across Europe. The range offers smart door locks and related solutions specially tailored for every market.
ASSA ABLOY smart door locks work as a standalone devices, or integrate seamlessly with widely available smart home systems. They are also the heart of a fast-growing number of smart residential services, including apps for managing short-term holiday rentals, in-home delivery, and domestic care services.
Just one screw and an ENTR® lock upgrade a front door to a smart front door: simply swap the existing mechanical cylinder for a new ENTR cylinder. With ENTR, homeowners unlock their home via app, virtual keys, PIN code, remote control, or fingerprint reader. The ENTR is available in both black and white variations, and a new version has been designed specifically for Scandinavian doors: ENTR S.
A recent winner of the CE Pro IoT Integration Award 2018, ENTR is sold Europe-wide by trusted brands including Yale, Mul-T-Lock, TESA, KESO, Vachette, and FAB.
Designed for Scandinavian and Finnish homes, the Yale Doorman offers PIN, RFID tag, and remote-control opening. It is easy to retrofit and integrate with leading Scandinavian smart home and security systems.
Yale Conexis L1
The UK’s leading smart door lock for multipoint locking systems, the Yale Conexis® L1 enables door control from an app and RFID card or tag. You can manage virtual keys for family or guests, and receive notifications when someone arrives home.
The Yale Keyless Smart Door Lock brings smart functionality to any standard UK 60mm nightlatches. You can open the lock via PIN code, key fob, RFID card or tag, or set temporary PINs that expire automatically.
Yale Digital Monoblock
This motorized mortice lock has 3 deadbolts and opens via RFID card or tag and PIN code. The Yale Digital Monoblock is already proven across the Middle East and is integrated with leading home automation systems.
What’s trending in the world of smart door locks? The 12-page “Smart Door Locks Report 2018” is packed with data and insights about this fast-moving sector. The full report is available as a free download.
Editor’s Note: This article was revised 9 February, 2019.
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ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user needs for security, safety, and convenience. The Group has 47,500 employees and annual sales of EUR 7.9 billion. You can visit them at assaabloy.com.
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