Nimbio enables your residents to open their buzzer building or gate with their smartphone. With Nimbio digital keys they can easily let friends, family, and service or delivery people in from any location. As a property manager, you can maximize security and minimize stress from a single management console.
Nimbio works with existing hardware to turn any electronic lock into one you can manage with any smartphone, making it the most cost effective and convenient option on the market. The Nimbio platform is cellular-based, meaning it can be installed virtually anywhere - no WiFi needed.
Our community manager is an additional feature that lets you keep track of your communities. Grant access or revoke privileges when someone moves in or out in a matter of seconds. Nimbio puts you in charge of who is (or isn't) allowed in your buildings.
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Will Nimbio work on our gate or building?
Nearly all automated electronic gates and buzzer buildings are compatible with the Nimbio system. Trained technicians will typically install in under an hour.
Does Nimbio Require a Wifi Network connection?
No. Nimbio’s Cellular Data Connection provides an internet access point at the entry point. The Nimbio device automatically finds the strongest local network cell tower, so even devices installed in remote areas can maintain a stable cellular internet connection.
How do I manage my resident keys?
Residents have to download the nimbio app, and create an account for their phone number. From there they request access to a community.
Resident names and telephone numbers appear on your secure Community Manager page as they sign up. From there, a couple of clicks and they are approved and ready to use their keys.
How do we let in our delivery drivers, landscapers and house cleaners?
There are a few options for situations like this. One of them is to share Doorbell Keys with trusted service providers. The second option is to have service personnel communicate their presence at the property, at which point authorized Nimbio users can let them into the gate/door in real-time through the app (from any location).
How are we able to see the activity of shared keys?
Within the Nimbio app, there is a history tab where users are able to view the last 7 days of activity associated with keys they have shared. The information provided includes the date & time of each open, who the individual was that accessed the gate/door and which gate/door was accessed if multiple access points are present. [Ask your Nimbio Sales representative about activity logging of all entries through Nimbio-enabled access points in the Community Manager.]
Are we able to use this device as a directory for our community?
At this time our system is unable to be used as a directory. However, since our device is an add-on system, you are able to keep your directories, dial pads, & clickers in use.
Can you access Community Manager on a device other than a phone?
We have a version of the Nimbio Community Manager that you can access via web browser.
Does the Nimbio app support a REST API?
If you are interested in integrating with the Nimbio platform we can put you in touch with our product team to discuss.
Will we always get Nimbio's latest features?
Yes. Our newest features will always get pushed from the Nimbio servers to the Nimbio hardware and smartphone app. There will never be a need for costly hardware upgrades.