Safety is the second tier of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. The right access control system can go a longway in meeting that obligation.
Integrating smart property technology (proptech) into multifamily properties — including co-ops, condos and gated communities — doesn’t have to break the bank. Newer systems and technologies can consolidate and streamline services by using smartphones.
Nimbio, a patented, low-cost cellular solution allowing every electronic gate and buzzer door to be opened with a cell phone, announces a partnership with Alfred International Inc., a leading manufacturer of residential, commercial and industrial grade door hardware.
The smart home tech industry was valued at more than $79 billion last year and is forecast to eclipse $537 billion by 2030. Given the numbers and outlook, smart homes — and the use of smart technology — will continue to rapidly transform residential living.
At its 27th annual CONNECTIONS™ Conference today, Parks Associates released the white paper "Gating Access: Challenges in Multifamily Properties," in partnership with research sponsor Nimbio, analyzing the current state of access control adoption in the US multifamily housing market. At least 70% of multifamily property managers and owners are interested in each of the top four use cases for smart door locks.
Nimbio was founded in 2018 with the creation of a simple solution which enabled a front gate to be opened with a cell phone. Since then, Nimbio has made thousands of gates and buzzer doors ‘smart.’ With its low-cost, cellular, patented technology, Nimbio is modernizing old access control hardware, increasing the safety and security of common access points, and taking great strides at improving last-mile delivery in partnership with major delivery partners in restricted access, multi-unit properties (RAMPs).
Nimbio, a patented, low-cost cellular solution that enables every electronic gate and buzzer door to be opened with a cell phone, announces a new partnership with Grata, a Smart Living Operating System (SLOS) for multi-residential properties, including apartments, off-campus student housing, and condos. The Grata SLOS brings buildings into the future with smart technology.