Resource pages for "smartphones"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
The touch mobile app allows you to use your smart device to remotely access any door you've been granted access to through pdk.io.
KWSA80K and KWSA50K extremely durable, submersion-resistant push-to-talk smartphone devices are designed for hazardous and extreme conditions.
Smartphones and mobile apps are enabling facilities to reduce and, in some cases, eliminate the use of physical access cards for building security.
Existing buildings may suffer from poor in-building wireless connectivity, even if those facilities previously enjoyed sufficient coverage.
Embracing connectivity and the IoT brings valuable benefits but it also exposes organizations to potential threats to their security, facility processes, and operational integrity.
Unique smartphone-based service for personal mobility creates a seamless, customizable journey for each occupant and gives building owners greater security.
From bugging total strangers to arguing with loved ones, anxiety over a low phone battery can result in some questionable behavior, according to a new survey from LG.
The trend towards more collaborative work environments is being driven by the rising adoption of touch technology and the need for meeting room AV to host remote attendees, according to a new Futuresource Consulting study.
The offering can replace traditional forms of identity, like IDs, passwords, and tokens, with mobile identity badges on a smartphone.
Students and staff there are using their smartphones as their credential to access dorms, academic buildings, and administration offices.