Mobile access is changing the way we interact with buildings and how we manage their security, explains ASSA ABLOY.
With Aperio, the smartphone becomes a mobile key just as easily as it transforms into a payment card or a map.
The device which users already carry enables them to unlock buildings or rooms, across one or multiple sites, securely and at a lower cost to the business than alternative credentials.
According to one recent access control market report, users view the benefits as a powerful triad of convenience, cost and security*.
Human behaviour is also on the smartphone’s side. How quickly would a student or employee notice a missing plastic access card? Everyone is more careful with their handset. Facilities staff can encounter frustration when users lend or share credentials. Far fewer users are willing to pass on their phone, even for five minutes.
Around two-thirds of organisations plan to adopt mobile access control within two years, or already have*. According to Omdia, mobile credential downloads grew by 220% between 2018 and 2019**. This growth path is likely to continue. From a security management point of view, enhanced convenience is the major driver.
You can amend mobile credentials over the air, without any need for dedicated updaters or asking a user to check-in their credential. Nobody is left waiting around for access permissions to update.
Furthermore, when a security administrator cancels a mobile key, it vanishes immediately from a user’s phone.
Cost efficiencies also accrue by switching away from plastic credentials: Mobile keys remove any need to source and print smart-cards, badges or fobs.
All these advantages are available in a building with ASSA ABLOY’s Aperio® locks. Aperio mobile access is built on Seos®, a next-generation platform with class-leading cryptography and authentication. As well as this, there’s unrivalled privacy protection***.
Unlocking an Aperio device is easy and intuitive: users simply present their phone at the reader, just as they would a smart-card. They don’t even need to open an app.
Compatibility and security are at the heart of Aperio mobile access. Aperio locks are compatible with all major RFID credentials, as well as with Bluetooth and NFC mobile wireless protocols, too.
These locks can operate with all credential technologies simultaneously: Building users need not stick unanimously to one format. Security managers do not have to implement a mass transfer to a single technology. Because Aperio is built for maximum compatibility, businesses can run RFID and mobile in parallel. They can upgrade from low- to high-security credentials when they choose.
All these benefits are now available in the Aperio E100 electronic escutcheon and will be feature in more Aperio devices in the near future.
Aperio locks already reduce the cost of extending access control within a building, wire-free. They are quick to install, cost-efficient to run and integrate seamlessly with security systems from over 100 different manufacturers.
And for buildings equipped with these locks, the cost of upgrading to smartphone keys may be zero: Aperio wireless locking technology has mobile access baked-in.
To learn more, download a free Aperio® Mobile Access Solution Guide
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