How Smartphones are Transforming Commercial Security

 

“Smart” homes have become the new normal, as people love the convenience of controlling their lights, locks and appliances remotely from a phone. But this same technology can also be used for commercial security, offering a safer and more convenient solution to managing a building or office.

Brach Bengtzen, Director of Marketing at ProData Key, explained the different ways mobile devices are changing the landscape of physical security.

Bengtzen joked that “people have five appendages,” referring to arms, legs and, of course, cell phones. With cell phones rarely out of reach, it’s no wonder they make the perfect motherboard for controlling and monitoring security operations. Key fobs and key cards are a thing of the past, as these devices can easily be replicated or lost, Bengtzen said.

Cell phones are encrypted, making them ideal for security measures. As technology becomes more precise, security systems are becoming more impenetrable. Bengtzen described ProData Key Bluetooth technology that detects location accuracy down to the side of the door you’re standing on.

ProData Key is pioneering mobile access control. With two different software programs and collaborations with other security manufacturers in the works, the company aims to be the thought-leader of mobile controlled security.

Its suite of simplified smart security measures is intuitive to the user and provides the convenience and peace of mind of a comprehensive, accurate security system.

To learn more visit www.prodatakey.com.

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