Smart results for Yale at this year’s Smart Home Summit

This year’s Smart Home Summit was a great success for Yale, with visitors to the stand having the opportunity to get hands on with Yale’s full range of smart locks.

The event took place on 21st and 22nd September at the Olympia Conference Centre in London. Yale were positioned on stand 40, providing visitors with insight into the smart home market and the new products Yale has to offer.

One of the main products on show was the new Conexis L1™ Smart Lock, which allows users to unlock their door, create mobile keys for guests and keep track of who’s coming and going, simply using their smartphone. On top of this the new Twist and Go function of the Conexis L1™ Smart Lock simply requires users to twist their smartphones 90 degrees, allowing them to unlock their doors in a quick and simple motion.

Other Yale products demonstrated included the Keyfree and Keyless Connected Smart Door Locks, alongside Yale EMEA’s ENTR and Monoblok Smart Locks.

During the two day show, Yale’s Head of Integration, Tabitha Morton took part in a smart home panel session giving her insights into the benefits of the smart home and why the market is changing. 

Talking about the event, Stephen Roberts, Marketing Manager for Yale said: “The Smart Home Summit is a great opportunity to meet with a number of new and existing customers and it’s a great platform to showcase our new products. Being a global leader in the residential security market, we are always looking for new ways to showcase our latest innovations and the Smart Home Summit is a great way to do this”.

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