Openpath announces a new cloud-to-cloud integration with
Schlage NDE and LE mobile enabled wireless locks from Allegion. This new integration provides a greater selection of cost-effective security solutions across an organization’s entire deployment and makes Openpath one of the only physical access control providers in the commercial space to natively support a Bluetooth credential with Schlage locks.
SKIDATA announced a new technology integration partnership with Openpath. Through this partnership, Openpath’s groundbreaking touchless and mobile access control technology will be integrated into SKIDATA’s parking access and revenue control equipment to permit drivers to enter and exit SKIDATA-equipped parking facilities, using their Openpath credentials.
Openpath announced a partnership with Lincoln Property Company. Openpath has been selected as LPC’s technology partner to standardize and bring best-in-class technology solutions across its current portfolio and planned developments of commercial spaces. Openpath’s award-winning platform focuses on integrated technology to provide frictionless mobile access and scalable cloud-based solutions that can also integrate with legacy systems.
Openpath is introducing Lockdown Solution, giving authorized users the ability to lock and unlock any door, zone or building in case of emergency—including active shooter, other emergency incidents, and natural disasters—from a mobile device or third-party trigger, remotely or wired. Openpath’s patented Triple-Unlock technology works over WiFi, LTE, and Bluetooth, guaranteeing a fast and reliable connection, which is imperative for emergency situations.
Openpath announced Kieran Hannon joined the company’s executive team as Chief Marketing Officer. Formerly Belkin International’s Chief Marketing Officer, Kieran has extensive award-winning marketing experience, and his appointment signifies Openpath’s continued growth and leadership in the smart office industry. The addition of Hannon to Openpath’s executive team coincides with the expansion of its Los Angeles headquarters, and the opening of the company’s second office in Indianapolis.
Openpath revealed that 94% of its users now use their smartphone over a keycard to enter the office, an enviable accomplishment in an industry with shockingly low mobile adoption rates. Recognizing a general lack of mobile adoption in the access control industry, Openpath today launched the Mullion Smart Reader to fill out its portfolio of access control readers. The sleek, versatile and compact design of the Mullion Smart Reader enables Openpath to further provide the most convenient form of mobile entry —hands-free, keyless, mobile access— to businesses everywhere.