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The rise of the smartlock

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The Different Types of Smart Locks

As homes and businesses become more technologically advanced, so too do the locks that protect them. Nowadays, there are all sorts of different types of smart locks to choose from, each with its own set of features and benefits. In this blog post, we’ll explore the different types of smart locks to help you make an informed decision about which one is right for your needs.

Smart locks come in all shapes and sizes. Some common types of smart locks include:

Biometric Locks:

Biometric locks are one of the most popular types of smart locks. They use your unique physical characteristics—such as your fingerprint, iris scanner, or facial recognition—to unlock your door. One of the main advantages of using a biometric lock is that it’s impossible to lose your key or forget your combination.

Bluetooth Locks:

Bluetooth locks are similar to biometric locks in that they use technology to unlock your door. However, instead of using physical characteristics, they use a Bluetooth connection between your smartphone and the lock itself. Bluetooth locks are convenient because you don’t have to remember any codes or carry any keys with you.

Face Recognition Locks:

Face recognition locks are a newer type of smart lock that uses artificial intelligence to unlock your door. Using the camera on your smartphone, the face recognition lock will scan your face and compare it to a database of known faces. If it matches, the lock will open; if not, it will stay locked. Face recognition locks are convenient because you don’t have to remember any codes or carry any keys with you.

There are all sorts of different types of smart locks available on the market today, each with its own set of features and benefits. In this blog post, we’ve explored some of the most common types of smart locks—biometric, Bluetooth, and face recognition—to help you make an informed decision about which one is right for your needs.

  1. August Smart Lock
  2. Schlage Connect Smart Deadbolt
  3. Kwikset Kevo Smart Lock
  4. Yale Assure Lock SL
  5. Nest x Yale Lock
  6. Honeywell Lyric Controller
  7. SimpliSafe Home Security System
  8. Piper nv All-in-One Home Security System
  9. Canary All-in-One Home Security Device
  10. iSmartAlarm Home Security System

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