RemoteLock integrates with Schlage Locks

US: Cloud-based locking software provider RemoteLock has announced its integration with Schlage Locks’ Smart Wifi Deadbolt.

The lock joins the wide variety of leading brands that can be accessed via RemoteLock’s cloud-based platform.

The company specialises in allowing users to remotely control their property’s locking mechanisms for renters, employees, guests and beyond, allowing them to manage security from one centralised dashboard.

The application is available in over 65 countries and has been used over 100 million times by a wide variety of users.

Nolan Mondrow, CEO and founder of RemoteLock, said: “The Schlage Encode™ Smart Wifi Deadbolt is a very exciting integration for customers in several of our key markets. For instance, many vacation rental property owners are already using this excellent lock with its incredible feature set.

“These users are now able to leverage the efficiencies of RemoteLock to manage their Schlage Encode, and all the other locks on our platform, at any scope their installations demand—whether it’s a single lock or thousands.”

The lock integrates successfully with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant as well as many other home automation systems. RemoteLock can then directly control it, facilitating the creation of up to 100 distinct passcodes for permanent or temporary usage.

Mark Jenner, director of technology alliances at Allegion, manufacturer of Schlage Locks, said:“The Schlage Encode™ Smart Wifi Deadbolt is a first-of-its-kind innovative, user-friendly solution, and the integration with RemoteLock further enhances the smart lock’s capabilities. This integration will allow for builders, manufacturers, real estate agents, property owners and more to have keyless automatic access to hundreds of properties.”

The integration is currently live on the RemoteLock application.

RemoteLock is not alone in investing in the distanced locking business. Operto recently integrated with IglooHome for its property automation platform, and integrated its own smart lock system at the end of last year.