An electromechanical lock is designed to perform locking and unlocking operations on a door. Smart locks, like the traditional locks, need two main parts to work: the lock and the key. Take a look at how Kisi's technology compares to traditional residential smart locks on the market.
Kisi is a better alternative to commercial smart locks because access can be managed from anywhere. While the Kevo, Salto, August, and Schlage smart locks are all intended for residential use, Kisi is a commercial remote door lock control system intended for office and large-scale use. Below is a head-to-head comparison between WiFi smart door locks and Kisi's keyless solution.
Kisi is proud to present our newest hardware integration: a partnership with Allegion NDE smart locks. Thanks to this partnership, you can now install NDE locks on your doors and control them from within the Kisi interface, thus linking all your doors in one unified platform.
For many offices, an ideal solution incorporates both smart readers, like Kisi’s, and smart locks. A common configuration might involve a smart reader on the front door, and wireless smart locks at various secondary doors inside the building. With this integration, Kisi now allows your to fulfill all your access control needs from the same provider, and have a much more painless and smooth experience in unlocking your doors.
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