Industry-Leading Access Control for Apartments
Video intercom, smartphone access readers, Bluetooth/NFC, guest management, visitor access, keyless entry, and self-guided tours—all in one place!
Powerful features that make all the difference for property staff, residents, and guests
Safety & Security
Increase safety with a robust set of resident tools
Video Intercom: Let residents know exactly who's requesting gate entry with a one-way video intercom feature.
Delivery Convenience: Adapt to the ever-growing use of delivery services by allowing convenient, one-time property access.
Support for non-smartphones: Allow residents without smartphones to use traditional voice calls with visitors at the gate.
Allow residents to securely manage both property and unit access for guests
Phone-based access: Empower residents to send gate and door codes by text message — eliminating the need to hand off keys or fobs.
Scheduled access: Let residents configure when guests have access (and immediately remove that access when no longer needed).
Increased security: Provide convenient tools that minimize unsafe workarounds (such as propping gates open for visitors).
Integrated Home Access
An all-in-one solution that controls access from the property gate to the resident's front door
Keyless entry: Allow your residents to use their phones to access their front door instead of traditional keys or fobs.
Convenience: Remotely grant scheduled access to vacant units for cleaners, painters, or other providers when residents move out.
Guest access: Empower residents to grant full-time or scheduled access to their homes for friends, family, and other guests.
Bring your property into the future with resident mobile credentials
Resident appeal: Set your property apart as a modern and forward-looking community by embracing mobile-friendly access.
Increased security: Use phones as access credentials to eliminate unauthorized key copying and card or fob handoffs.
Cost savings: Save money by eliminating keys, cards, and fobs by using the one thing residents always have with them — their smartphone.