Yale Locks & Hardware is at International CES demonstrating innovative new digital home products at multiple exhibits throughout the massive technology trade show. The demonstrations include three new products set to launch this year and several exciting new technology demonstrations.
Yale Real Living™ products making their CES debut include the Assure Lock™ with Bluetooth, the Linus™ lock for the Nest home, and the Look Door Viewer™. Yale Real Living products are being demonstrated at the Z-Wave Alliance, The Thread Group and the Samsung CES exhibits. In addition, Yale and Google are demonstrating a digital deadbolt that uses Google’s Weave technology.
The Yale Real Living Assure Lock with Bluetooth replaces conventional keys with digital keys accessed through the Yale Digital Keys app for Android and iOS mobile devices, and through an app for the new Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch. The Yale Real Living Look Door Viewer allows homeowners to see who’s at the door on its built-in LCD monitor or on a smartphone. Wi-Fi connectivity allows two-way live video communication with a smartphone running the companion app. Both of those new products, plus other Yale Real Living digital deadbolts are at the Z-Wave Alliance exhibit, booth 21000 in the Las Vegas Convention Center’s South Hall.
Linus, a new lock developed through the Works with Nest program that works seamlessly with Nest products and is fully integrated with the Nest home, can be seen at The Thread Group, booth 70560 at the Sands Expo.
Google is demonstrating a Yale deadbolt that is the first to use Weave, Google’s common language for Brillo that allows Weave-enabled devices from different categories and brands to easily communicate with other connected devices. Brillo is Google’s new Android-base smart home operating system.
For more information on the matter, go to rhe official Yale website.