'Keyless Home Entry' Makes Arriving from Work More Fun

By: Omar Yusuf - Published: Jul 21, 2011 • References: phantomsmarthome & incrediblethings
In the picturesque future Star Trek envisioned back in the '60s, people unlocked and opened doors by simply touching their data-pad; Now, that vision is a reality thanks to Keyless Home Entry, an ingenious new app.

Developed and programmed by Phantom Smart Phone, a software company based out of Austin, Texas, the Keyless Home Entry system allows customers to use several smartphones in order to lock and unlock their doors. Bluetooth technology, an electronic padlock and your existing lock are all used in tandem to allow a hands-free entrance; you don't even have to pull your phone out!

I can't count how many times I've fumbled for my keys in the dark, only to insert it the wrong way in. With this new tech, customers will be able to effortlessly move around -- and in style, too! Stats for Virtual Keyrings Trending: Older & Chilly
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