Existing locks can be removed on each hotel room, house or unit and replaced with electronic locks which use fingerprint and keypad identification. Each lock will be connected to the cloud via modems using powerline communication (PLC), enabling remote changing of access rights at the respective offices. For example, in the instance of public housing, tenants will be required to register their fingerprints and key code at the office of the Department of Housing and Public Works. In the instance of hotel rooms, the front desk would be responsible for guests registering their fingerprints and therefore, room access can only be granted to registered guests. This has the potential to be extremely valuable for larger hotel chains to keep records of each guest, which hotels they stay at and how regularly they travel, allowing hotel management to provide unique specials to those guests based on their travel behaviours. Once a guest has had their fingerprints registered the first time, their fingerprint can stay on file with the hotel meaning they will not have to register their fingerprints a second time, only providing identification to the front desk.
In the event a tenant/guest has dirty hands or has injured their fingers, with the addition of the electronic keypad, the guest can enter their unique code which is also registered at the office/front desk. Should a hotel maid wish to gain entry to a series of rooms, the keypad can be utilised with a special code for the maid service.
Our solution consists of four main components:
Database and server
Secure connection and login
Door lock system
Freelance Robotics | Robotics & Automation
The idea behind our company is to combine industrial and R&D knowledge to develop faster, more reliable new systems and products to improve the world for tomorrow.
Our engineering skill set covers: ...