Okidokeys launches line of smart locks and keys

Okidokeys, part of OpenWays Group, launches its line of smart locks and keys at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Okidokeys enables consumers to securely and easily manage access to all properties anytime, anywhere, through a complete line of smart devices. Users can lock and unlock any door with Okidokeys using smartphones, cell phones or smart tags, and still have the option of using current traditional keys.

OpenWays Group, parent company of Okidokeys, is a leading mobile key solution provider selected by major U.S and global hotel chains. Okidokeys leverages this proven technology and uses a highly proven 256 Bit AES cryptology (military and banking security standards) to secure its system.

Okidokeys’ smart locks work across a unique multi-technology platform including: Bluetooth 4.0 (BLE), Near Field Communication (NFC), Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Crypto Acoustic Credential (CAC) and is not dependent on WiFi networks thanks to Okidokeys Virtual Network (OVN). This solution involves a portfolio of intellectual property, including 27 patents, design patents and pending patents.

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