Smartphones have quickly become one of the most essential products that we own. They are almost as good as a personal assistant. They help us keep in touch with friends, family and business associates. Tell us how to get somewhere and keep track of our finances. Now they are being used to protect our homes and families. Recently we have talked extensively about the Yale Wireless Alarm System. It has the capability to lock or unlock a door remotely via the Zigbee interface. The demand for a smartphone door release has increased significantly. Australians are always looking for time savings and ways to make their lives simpler. Being a single working Dad I regularly use my smartphone to open the foyer door of the unit complex I reside at as both my children seem to lose their keys regularly.
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One of the latest smartphone door release systems we install has incorporates a doorbell video that also streams to a smartphone. I have read many of the smartphone lock reviews on the web. Sadly they are mainly suitable for the North American market. In Brisbane we are frequently called to change locks that are not “fire compliant” or have been condemned by Fire inspectors. We can install a wide range of “electronic locking systems” that can interface with almost any smartphone. It’s now possible to view who rings your doorbell, talk to them and then open the door all from your smartphone.
Alas there is not one system that will suit all situations rather we tailor make the system to suit the individual needs. We may incorporate a digital keypad or a intercom. Smartphone app is then used to deliver a desired outcome. Typically we can install a smartphone video incom door release into most entrances for around $800. In closing I invite you to Call us today to discuss you requirements and arrange for a quote.
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