Keyword: Assa Abloy Hospitality
The San Francisco hotel's 159 rooms now are equipped with VingCard Essence door locks, which feature mobile access compatibility.
A Finnish security research company has found design flaws in older-model Vingcard Vision locks that allow hackers to open doors without leaving any record.
The newly built, 40-room KViHotel is among the first hotels in Europe to offer a complete mobile experience through the use of its mobile app.
Compatible with RFID keycards, the lock was engineered with back-of-house operations in mind and is designed for offices and other standard hotel staff areas.
The multiproperty upgrade encompassed more than 3,000 rooms at six hotels in Stockholm.
The key to any successful technology is removing pain points for the user while making any processes easier and more efficient.
Guests now are able to quickly and conveniently enter their room with a swipe of their mobile device.
The Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley has implemented several of Assa Abloy Hospitality's security technologies, including the Visionline online platform.
Kiln Creek Golf Club & Resort, Newport News, Va., has joined in partnership with OpenKey to offer an experience-focused technology platform with a mobile access solution.
Mobile access adoption is rising, and there are a few important things hotels should consider when making the move to mobile locks.