It is said that Schlage Control mobile-enabled smart locks allow flexible compatibility when selecting third-party access management software.
CARMEL, Ind. – Allegion introduces the smart locks enabled for Schlage Control mobile devices with Bluetooth mobile credential support for multi-family properties.
This improvement was designed to meet the growing demand of today's mobile economy while improving the experience for residents of the multi-family community, property managers and construction services staff through mobile access, according to the company.
Kastle Systems and STRATIS, two independent providers of multifamily ecosystems, are the first to complete their integration into this new platform.
The design of the Schlage control Smart mobile-enabled smart locks are said to allow flexible compatibility, allowing property managers freedom of choice when selecting third-party access management software that best suits their needs, whether it is a smart apartment solution in addition of standard access control through STRATIS a complete managed solution for your security platform through Kastle.
"With the average of Americans who spend almost four hours a day on mobile devices, on-demand control has become an expectation," says Robert Gaulden, director of multi-family technology alliances at Allegion. “For the mobile-minded multi-family resident, we saw the opportunity to present the option of a solution that would allow simplified access for visitors, maintenance programming and the granting of entry for services that include grocery delivery and pet care . This not only creates convenience for consumers, but helps property managers more efficiently manage some of their biggest issues, including package management, credential management and enabling other concierge-level amenities. ”
Allegory says Schlage Control mobile-enabled smart locks benefit both property managers and residents in several ways, including:
- Property differentiation, which offers residents the convenience and efficiency that comes with Bluetooth mobile credential compatibility
- Open architecture design, which gives properties the freedom to choose the physical access control software (PACS) provider that best suits their needs.
- Increased visibility with audit trail reports for up to 1,000 events
- The cost was eliminated and the efficiency of the issuance of mobile credentials was increased in the face of the inconvenience of managing physical keys
- Convenience of using a smartphone and / or smart card to gain access throughout your community
- The trouble of carrying multiple keys has been eliminated
“This collaboration with Allegion not only supports the acceleration of the smart lock and the adoption of short-term mobile credentials, but also supports our long-term vision to offer full frictionless access to the multi-family space, resolving security and convenience for The resident and the comfort. operational efficiencies and resident differentiation for the property management team, ”says Haniel Lynn, CEO of Kastle.
Allegion says that this improvement is part of the next wave in its mission to work with the main players in the industry to lead the adoption of smart blocking and mobile access, making perfect security the new standard.
Schlage Control mobile-enabled smart locks with Bluetooth mobile credential compatibility are the first release of a complete portfolio of mobile-enabled solutions to be launched this year.
"We partner with Schlage, the most trusted name in electronic access, to integrate with our platform for a smart and connected access solution," says Felicite Moorman, CEO of STRATIS. "The mobile phone is already a centerpiece of most people's lives, and delivering the Sidewalk to Sofa mobile solution with Schlage remains an essential part of our offer for residents and guests, property managers, maintenance, vendors and other interested parties. "