MIWA Lock Company Integrates with OpenKey to Bring Mobile Keyless Entry to Hotels

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MIWA Lock Company Integrates with OpenKey to Bring Mobile Keyless Entry to Hotels

03/09/2018

MIWA Lock Company, a Japanese provider of high-performance locks and security systems, announced a partnership and integration with OpenKey. The partnership will bring enterprise grade security and stability of the OpenKey platform to MIWA as the mobile keyless entry system for all MIWA digital locks with Bluetooth Low Energy functionality.

OpenKey provides mobile key tech to hotels in 10 countries on 4 continents. Financially backed by several of the largest publicly-traded REITs in the U.S., OpenKey has seen explosive growth since launching in 2014. In Nov. 2017, OpenKey brought mobile keyless entry to China by establishing an office for OpenKey China in Shanghai.

MIWA is a lock manufacturer that controls the quality of every aspect of every lock from start to finish. This dedication to high quality products and emphasis on research and development has ensured its customers receive the most advanced technology and materials, combined with a strong ecological manufacturing process that has earned the company various environmental management certifications.

MIWA provides high security solutions to hotels worldwide combined with superior service.

MIWA Lock was established in 1945 and produced its first hotel card lock system in 1980. MIWA now has systems in most of the hotel brands around the globe as well as the finest unbranded properties. The company’s ALV2 RFID locks comprise a stylish and slim design that has been installed at some of the world’s leading hotels, including the Scottsdale Resort and Conference Center in Arizona, the Beresford Hotel & Beresford Arms Hotel in San Francisco, the Ritz Carlton in Tokyo, and the Park Hyatt in China.