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Yale and August integrate with DoorBird IP Video Door Stations

March 16, 2021SSN Staff

SAN FRANCISCO—Smart lock leaders, Yale and August, announced an integration with DoorBird’s IP Video Door Stations. Customers can now connect any Wi-Fi connected August or Yale smart lock to a DoorBird IP Video Door Station for a seamless “approach to entry” experience. “We’re proud of our robust list of integration partners, helping you connect your locks to voice assistants, lights, alarm systems and even vacuums,” the companies said in the announcement....

August Home, smart locks, Yale Locks


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Nortek, Gary Sinise Foundation honor wounded hero

June 30, 2020SSN Staff

CARLSBAD, Calif.—When U.S. Army Maj. (Ret.) Jeremy Haynes left his home in Albany, Ga. to fulfill his deployment in Afghanistan, he left behind two children and his wife, Chelsea, who was pregnant at the time. He had no idea that the next time he saw his wife she would be by his side at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he was being treated for debilitating wounds received in combat.  On a mission in Kabul on August 5, 2014, an Afghan military soldier shot Haynes four times,...

2GIG, Gary Sinise Foundation, Lutron, Nortek, Nortek Security & Control, Yale Locks


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Pilot shows smartphone potential

January 30, 2012Martha Entwistle

IRVINE, Calif.—With the announcement today of the completion of its smartphones-as-keys pilot project at Arizona State University, HID officials hope more integrators will begin to investigate how NFC-enabled smartphones might fit into their access control offerings in the future.Saying this project is just the beginning, Karl Weintz, VP business development, mobile access, for HID Global, said eventually smartphones will be able to “be used as a reader not just a credential.”The...

Arizona State University, Assa Abloy, AT&T, Gartner Group, HID, Karl Weintz, NFC, smartphones-as-keys, T-Mobile, Verizon


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