Digilock Unveils Curve: A New Standard in Upgradeable Lock Innovation
Digilock, a provider of keyless lock solutions, unveiled its latest design-forward innovation, Curve. Inspired by the company’s bestselling and industry-favored classic model, this next-generation lock has all the modern advantages, featuring basic, advanced or networked cloud management capabilities for any time, anywhere control. Curve also offers wireless connectivity through Bluetooth Low Energy (LE), and customer choice of keypad, RFID, or Mobile ID access, to further simplify deployment options.
With nearly 300 patents and trademarks, Digilock is the force behind some of the biggest improvements in lock technology. In 1994, Digilock eliminated keys from the equation by introducing the first-ever keypad lock. The company also introduced the first locks where the functionality could be upgraded via technology without changing out the physical lock. And today, the company introduced its most advanced lock to date, Curve.
“Whether for use in corporate, healthcare, gym, or dozens of other settings, Curve ushers in a new era of commercial lock technology,” said Julie Advocate, Vice President and CFO at Digilock. “For more than four decades, Digilock has been at the forefront of lock technology and continues to push the envelope of features, design, and function. Curve is not only elegant and seamless but also packed full of the latest technology.”
In addition to Keypad, RFID and Mobile Access technology options, Curve also features:
An option for 24/7 networked lock management through proprietary DigiLink® software
Integration with existing access control systems and third-party applications
Shared or Assigned Use functionality
Easy, wire-free installation and seamless retrofit
ADA compliant options
Motorized opening with deadbolt or latch
Lifetime Digilock customer support
Founded to simplify key management 41 years ago, Digilock has become the worldwide leader in keyless lock technology. Whether it's at Tesla, Salesforce, Four Seasons, Armani, or the Louvre, Digilock’s technology is trusted by more than 32,000 organizations in 195 countries worldwide. The pioneering company was the first to introduce electronic technology to locks and keys for lockers, cabinets, furniture, and more. Extending its leadership, four decades after its founding, Digilock grew over 30 percent, in 2021 alone.
For more information, visit Digilock.com.