Miwa Lock integrates with OpenKey

Miwa controls the quality of every aspect of every lock from start to finish. Photo credit: OpenKey

Japanese locks and security systems provider Miwa Lock Company formed a partnership and integration with OpenKey. The partnership will bring the enterprise-grade security and stability of the OpenKey platform as the mobile keyless entry system for all Miwa digital locks with Bluetooth Low Energy functionality.

“Miwa is a recognized name in the lock and hospitality industries as providing very high-quality, reliable and stylish solutions appealing to the high end of the hotel sector,” OpenKey founder and CEO TJ Person said in a statement.

Miwa controls the quality of every aspect of every lock from start to finish. The commitment to high-quality products and emphasis on research and development has ensured its customers receive the most advanced technology and materials. This, combined with a strong ecological manufacturing process, has earned the company various environmental-management certifications.

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“With mobile-key compatibility built in to every smartphone in the world today, we are excited to launch our new combined product and look forward to bringing it to our leading global customer base,” said Chris Lawrence, Miwa's VP of sales.

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