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Integrate smart access management software modules and digital keys app features to your own software and apps with our API.
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Helping your team to manage assets smarter
Add the users/user groups module to your own software/app so you can set rules and access rights for your staff, visitors, users
Digital Keys requests module
Enable your end-users to generate digital keys for locks and send this request to managers who can approve in their email
This module lets you view the current live battery status, current signal strength and whether the smartlocks is opened or closed
View who opened which smartlock at which time, and with which method (e.g smartphone, keycards, software)
Create and share digital keys module
Create time-sensitive digital keys with a booking calendar interface, and send to user with automatic email/app download
QR unlock and locate module
With this module, you can scan a QR code on the lock and this can pull up the details about that lock and unlock it.
Smartlock controls module
You can place the remote unlock and cancel button anywhere in your software/app, so that its easy to interact with your smartlocks
Write to NFC cards module
With this module you can write your digital keys to a NFC card and use the NFC card for unlocking.
GNSS(GPS) mapping module
Add this module to your app so that your users can plot paths to your smartlocks locations and find on locks on site
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Your privacy/data in access control
The origin of tracing people’s movements goes back around 150 years to devices called ‘punch time clocks’. In 1890, the Bundy brothers from New York were granted a patent for mechanical time recorders.
Have digital keys gone mainstream?
Digital Keys are not new. They were first introduced in 2010 when Intercontinental Hotel Group experimented with an early version at several Holiday Inns. That digital key used sound as an access method
Introducing the 5G IoT smart padlock
With the new DigitalKeys Smart Padlock, weatherproof with tampering alarm, we have made it easy for you to get connected access anywhere without the need for any onsite power or equipment.