Berlin, 1–6 September 2017 – Visitors to IFA 2017 will discover a truly smart home starts with a smart door. ASSA ABLOY’s trusted home security brand Yale is showcasing its Yale Smart Living range. In Hall 6.2, at Stand 110, attendees can view and handle the latest Yale Smart Living solutions including smart door locks. They can also discover applications for our locks beyond home security, and discuss with our experts how to integrate these smart devices into a compelling service for their residential customers.
With a few swipes on a palm-sized screen, we can order a taxi, check our bank balance, and book a train journey or even a private jet. The latest smart door locks also make it easy and secure to open and monitor your front door with a smartphone, and to integrate your lock with residential services in telecoms, utilities, home care, and more. Connected living begins with a smart door lock.
At IFA 2017: Smart door locks will play a major part in the move to connected living.
Yale smart door locks exhibited at IFA 2017 include:
ENTR®: Replacing an existing lock cylinder with an ENTR smart door lock enables you to access your home or office via app, keypad PIN, remote control, or even your fingerprint. The showcase also features the new ENTR S, designed for Scandinavian doors.
Doorman: Insurance approved and specifically designed for the residential market, this smart door lock offers a complete retrofit solution for Scandinavian doors. It also integrates seamlessly with leading smart home and security systems.
Conexis® L1: The UK’s fastest-growing smart door lock enables keyless entry and integration with multiple home security devices.
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. You can also download the complimentary report here.
Available at IFA 2017 or via digital download, the “Smart Home Security Report” by ASSA ABLOY is filled with market data and insights on smart door locks.
Elsewhere at IFA, visitors can see Yale smart door locks in action with demonstrations and live integrations with a range of services.
Smart door locks in action
Residential service providers across Europe—including telecoms companies, domestic utilities, smart-home specialists, home care providers, rental agencies, and more—have already integrated Yale smart door locks to build better services for their customers.
In Sweden, customers of PostNord no longer need to wait in for a postal delivery. They can have parcels delivered inside their front door, if it is equipped with a smart door lock. The new service works via a single-use PIN code issued automatically to an authorised PostNord driver.
In Turkey, around 1,700 Yale smart door locks are being installed at Future Park, a new development where apartments are built around home automation. Residential technology specialists Aypro designed an app-powered system for residents and integrated our lock.
In Italy, Home at Hotel holiday rental properties are now secured with a Yale ENTR installation. Locks are integrated with the SCLAK app-powered access system, making it much easier for guests to enjoy their stay without key hassles. And now, Home by Hotel can more easily deliver value-added services, including grocery shopping and extra cleaning on demand.
Why partner with ASSA ABLOY?
It’s easy for all kinds of companies to build smarter domestic services with ASSA ABLOY. An expert team of ASSA ABLOY smart security specialists provides free installation and sales training for staff. A partner can then use their existing network, or harness the vast ASSA ABLOY installer network.
Unlike other lock companies, ASSA ABLOY has a global footprint, with the widest range of smart locks available in Euro, Scandinavian and other relevant door profiles. If your customer wants a smart door lock, chances are ASSA ABLOY has one to fit.
“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.
“We really understand how complex doors can be—and that’s what makes it simple for service providers to partner with us. Plus, our smart door locks are from a high-profile brand that Europe’s homeowners already trust.”
Key takeaways for IFA 2017 attendees:
- The Yale brand has established decades of customer recognition and loyalty
- Our locks are built using open standards for easy integration with your service
- Locks can complete a smart home setup with trusted smart security
- We offer expert sales and installation training, and an expert ASSA ABLOY installer network (if needed)
- You get to share the most up-to-date market intelligence from a global leader
Throughout IFA 2017, ASSA ABLOY experts are available in Hall 6.2, at Stand 110, to discuss integration opportunities. Let us know if we can help you give your customers an even better service with smart home technology.
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More about ASSA ABLOY:
ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user needs for security, safety and convenience. Since its formation in 1994, ASSA ABLOY has grown from a regional company into an international group with about 47,000 employees, operations in more than 70 countries, and sales close to SEK 71 billion. In the fast-growing electromechanical security segment, the Group has a leading position in areas such as access control, identification technology, door automation, and hotel security.