NB IoT is for access control

Safely connect to the internet in a new more secure way. NB IoT is a new technology for the Internet of Things allowing more efficient and secure property management 

NB IoT partners

NB IoT meets all the challenges for the internet of things

NB IoT means easy deployment

NB IoT integrates into the telco's mobile phone networks, taking advantage of the networks enhanced security for every device

Long Battery Life 1.5 - 2 years

Devices stay asleep and are only woken up to receive commands or to send data, maximising battery consumption

Cost Savings - no infrastructure

There is no need for onsite network infrastructure such as Wi-Fi, or Wi-Fi bridges, so devices can be manufactured and sold cheaper.

How we use NB IoT in our smart access system


As a replacement for wires and Wi-Fi to program the locks for limited time period use

Device status

Get live battery status; see if the lock is online; get tampering alerts; ping lock anytime

Live Audits

Get live notifications to phones about who opened which door at what time, and how!

Remote Unlocking

Unlock from cloud based software over the NB IoT network from anywhere


Our API's built on NB IoT mean we can interface to any third party software, apps or hardware

Digital Keys

Smartphone unlocking and programming from anywhere, at anytime for anyone


NB IoT Stands outs

Other IoT Technologies unregulated

Other IoT technologies including Sigfox and Lora rely on private operators building their own towers and setting up their networks their own way.

NB IoT has standards

Sigfox and Lora unreliable

There are no controls, regulations, or large reputable companies overseeing competing IoT networks, so security and reliability can not be assured.

NB IoT is better

Better battery life, better penetration

NB IoT devices have better indoor coverage, better battery life, and better security.

The biggest IoT opportunity

According to an Ericsson IoT research report, around 18 billion IoT devices will be connected by 2022 and;

  • Smart locks sit at the top of projected connected devices graphs at 50 billion (see opposite)

  • IoT will comprise more "things" than all smartphones, PC's, tablets, and wearables combined.

Its important to give locks the most secure, reliable, licenced network for their communications, as they will soon be largest addressable market for IoT devices in the world.

Get in touch with us for a NB IoT smart access control demo

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