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New ProdataKey and Systems Surveyor Partnership Streamlines Design and Delivery of PDK Access Control Solutions

ProdataKey (PDK) announced a partnership with System Surveyor. A complete catalog of PDK’s mobile-first access control system components is now available for import into the System Surveyor platform, making it easier than ever to incorporate PDK’s solutions into site plans and design drawings that can be shared by integrators, subcontractors, vendors and customers. Using an iPad or Android-based tablet or browser-based device, users upload a floor plan or Google Earth snapshot into the System Surveyor platform.

ProdataKey’s Two New Controllers add Enhanced Convenience and Flexibility to it’s Powerful Cloud Platform

ProdataKey will introduce two new door controllers at the upcoming ISC West 2020. Visitors at the event will be among the first to view the company’s new eight-door “eio” and the two-door “dio.” Each offer expanded benefits and functionality when used as part of a PDK io system. The 2-door dio unit includes a power monitoring feature that alerts dealers to any power-related issues. onboard ethernet, with auto-discovery powered by PDK io, simplifies installation and setup.

ProdataKey Introduces “touch io” Bluetooth Reader for Use with Smartphones

Touch io brings new levels of convenience and security for the communication between smart phones and access control door readers, eliminating the need for cards or fobs. Unlike other systems, touch io does not require the user to unlock the phone, or to even remove it from pocket or purse, in order to gain access through a protected door. The individual’s identity is validated through communication directly between his or her credentialed device and the reader, via Bluetooth.

ProdataKey Partners With Dwelo To Create Unique Perimeter Security Solution

ProdataKey and Dwelo LLC announced a partnership that will seamlessly integrate PDK’s cloud access control technology into the Dwelo smart apartment platform. Dwelo’s web and mobile software, which currently offers apartment dwellers the ability to control smart devices such as light switches, thermostats and door deadbolts for their individual units, will be adding features to manage access to common areas of their building or community, such as entry gates, clubhouse, gym and laundry facilities.