RemoteLock, the provider of universal access control, announces that it has expanded the number of August and Yale locks that are supported on its platform to include Wi-Fi-enabled August smart locks and the line of Yale Assure Locks with Wi-Fi. RemoteLock customers can now leverage RemoteLock to manage these locks in large scale installations, gaining greater efficiencies by administering access to every lock from a single dashboard. The expanded partnership is expected to provide new access control technology avenues across many commercial applications, particularly in the multi-family market. Wireless smart locks RemoteLock’s universal access control platform allows multi-family property managers to remotely control access for renters, guests, employees and contractors—saving time and money. RemoteLock provides property managers and owners ultimate flexibility—the ability to control any door, using various credential types, with locks from many manufacturers—all from one dashboard. RemoteLock already supports many Yale and August Z-Wave wireless smart locks RemoteLock already supports many Yale and August Z-Wave wireless smart locks that are part of the ASSA ABLOY family of smart lock solutions. “The multi-family market faces unique challenges—from managing access to any space on a single property or entire portfolio, to the growing need for contactless access control solutions. Broadening the partnership between RemoteLock and August and Yale allows us to elevate the features of their locks into large scale applications, such as multi-family, to help solve even more of those challenges for property managers,” said Nolan Mondrow, CEO of RemoteLock. Larger scale applications “With 180 years of experience in home security, we’re glad to bring our trusted smart locks not only to individual homes, but also multi-family housing and commercial properties,” said Jason Williams, President of Smart Residential U.S., ASSA ABLOY, parent company of August and Yale. “By expanding our integrations with multi-family housing platforms like RemoteLock, we’re committed to increasing our presence in the market and bringing trusted security and access convenience to property managers of multi-family homes and larger scale applications everywhere.”
Yale Home announces that the Yale Smart Delivery Box and Yale Smart Cabinet Lock are now available for purchase. Both are available with a Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge and are supported by the Yale Access App, enabling customers to manage and monitor their package deliveries and cabinet contents directly from their phone, from anywhere in the world. These new smart storage offerings take the safety and convenience Yale customers have come to know and expect from the brand and extend them into new parts of the home, providing users with further peace of mind. “Over the past 180 years, Yale has become synonymous with secure door locks,” said Jason Williams, President of the Smart Residential Group U.S., ASSA ABLOY. Non-Invasive solution “It was a natural decision for us to integrate everything we’ve learned from protecting homes from the outside, to other elements around your home. Additionally, online shopping has steadily increased over the years – in 2020 it’s become more prevalent than ever before and extends beyond the traditional online orders to include grocery deliveries and more. Our new Smart Delivery box will be a necessity for consumers looking for a way to secure their increased deliveries.” The Yale Smart Delivery Box, designed in partnership with Kingsley Park The Yale Smart Delivery Box, designed in partnership with Kingsley Park, a Step2 Company brand, provides a secure, non-invasive solution to the 36% of American households who have experienced package theft. Placed outside wherever the user commonly receives packages (e.g. porch, garage), the box can be tethered or weighted with sand in the base. With a design that seamlessly fits into any home style, the Smart Delivery Box keeps packages hidden from plain sight and protects items from inclement weather like rain and wind. Using the Yale Access App, users can enable. Accommodating perishable items ‘Delivery Mode’ which will leave the box unlocked until a delivery is made, from any carrier. Once the delivery is made, the box will Auto-Lock, securing the package, and the user will receive a notification. Each box also includes a Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge, so users can lock, unlock, share access with others at will and receive notifications from anywhere. A third option for secure delivery is to provide delivery personnel with an entry code for the Yale Smart Keypad (included with select models). Whichever method chosen, the box gives flexibility and accessibility to all kinds of delivery personnel as well as any friend/family member who may want to retrieve or deliver a package. The box is available in two designs, Kent and Brighton, both of which can be outfitted with an insulated cooler, sold on Amazon, to accommodate perishable items. Guarding valuable items The Yale Smart Cabinet Lock is installed inside cabinets or drawers to guard valuable items The Yale Smart Cabinet Lock is installed inside cabinets or drawers to guard valuable items, such as jewelry or important documents. It can also help keep children away from items like medicine, alcohol, or cleaning supplies. It’s particularly useful for owners of vacation rentals. The Smart Cabinet Lock can not only be used to secure valuables from renters and guests, but also store cleaning supplies for maintenance workers. Mounted on the cabinet’s interior base with either 3M adhesive or screws, customers can unlock and lock it from anywhere, grant access to trusted parties, and be notified whenever it’s opened with the Yale Access App and Yale Connect Wi-Fi Bridge. Smart storage line “By introducing the new Smart Cabinet Lock, Yale is committing to not only securing your home, but also your valued items inside of it,” added Jason Williams. “As our customers grow their families and open up their homes to outside parties, they can confidently trust in Yale to secure their valuables and ensure their children don’t get into something they shouldn’t.” “As people are increasingly renting out their homes to vacationers, our new Smart Cabinet Lock makes it so they no longer have to pack up and move specific items each time a booking is placed – they can now simply lock them up and know they’ll still be there upon their return.” The third member of Yale’s new smart storage line, the Smart Safe, will be available in 2021.
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