Marketing Technology

SALTO’s Mobile Access Control Solution

SALTO’s JustIN mobile technology makes it secure and easy to incorporate the use of smartphones as a part of the access control solution in a hotel. Receiving a key generated electronically on your smartphone, you can unlock your room doors or have access to multiple areas in the hotel like main entrance doors, elevators, car park barriers, spa, etc.

JustIN Mobile employs Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) for communicating between the smartphone and electronic locks. The mobile key is sent “Over the Air” (OTA) from the ProAccess SPACE management software to an installed JustIN Mobile app at a registered and verified smartphone. The guest then receives a message that he has received a new key and for which doors he has access rights. Then, the guest needs to present the smartphone to the lock and start communication via the Mobile app. All data transmission and the mobile key itself are encrypted and secured against cloning.

This cutting edge technology puts an end to the lost key hassles, expenses and waste. Plus, the technology isn’t limited to a single hotel property or to a room. Combined with user-convenient features such as user friendly design or multi key possibilities to use the same app in different hotels and for different applications, JustIN Mobile access control technology simplifies card issuing, check-in and check-out, services request or traditional pin code management to deal with key loss. In addition, guests generally do not forget their phones as they forget their cards keys and, if lost, they are replaced swiftly. This turns to be a major benefit for administrators, guests, and other users.

 

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