Allegion US, launched Schlage Mobile Access Solutions, a comprehensive, flexible access control solution portfolio. In the age of digital transformation and the evolving mobile economy, providing secure, convenient access is at the forefront of security challenges faced by multifamily properties, businesses and campuses alike.

As a complete cloud-based ecosystem, the Schlage Mobile Access Solutions portfolio, enables the use of mobile credentials on openings across a property or site, delivering mobile credential experience for end users and site administrators.

The new Schlage Mobile Access Credential features AES-256 asymmetric credential encryption and works in offline scenarios once downloaded from the cloud. This means it even works in environments where internet access is down or cellular service is spotty. The Schlage Mobile SDK is designed for Physical Access Control Software (PACS) providers to integrate the Bluetooth mobile credential into their system, which allows seamless credential management and secure delivery/communication with Schlage locks. 

In addition, the Schlage Mobile Enabled Control Smart Lock, NDE Mobile Enabled Wireless Lock, Schlage LE Mobile Enabled Wireless Lock, Schlage MTB Mobile Enabled Multi-Technology Reader and Schlage CTE Controller are now all mobile-enabled to offer high-tech convenient security to users. While mobile access is not new to the industry, according to Allegion, Schlage’s belief in open global standards and interoperability, along with its commitment to cybersecurity, set the portfolio apart.

“Allegion is always looking for ways to address our customers’ evolving needs with real, sustainable innovation, so we’re excited to launch this comprehensive cloud-based mobile enabled portfolio,” said Brad Sweet, commercial marketing leader at Allegion. “Schlage Mobile Access Solutions is ideal for small to medium-sized businesses, multifamily properties and higher education campuses that want a customizable, interoperable, secure and convenient access control solution.”

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