Nice, but there is a small pricing mistake for Smart Entry Systems. Our Single Entry Access Controllers for the club houses, gyms, and pools are available for only $99, not $599 as stated.
The 10" touch screen multi-tenant video intercom is the $599 product. Additionally, please avoid abbreviating our company name with SES, as it can be misinterpreted to be Select Engineered Systems, who is a manufacturer of voice only intercom systems.
Can we get some reviews on 3rd tier application integrations that are common to some of us? Such as DUO, ZOOM or ANYONE ELSE. One long sentence hacked up below....
Perhaps this security technology can replace tradition analog systems infrastructure and move the platform to a user's cell phone and not a dinosaur RFID card and Radio frequency to allow access or confirm events or log other data into larger systems rather than the traditional condensed singular access control application dependent on archaic relay, rs485 simple ethernet technologies.
Phone based credential is obviously what the market is demanding since pretty much everybody has one with him/her all the time. However, not all Android phones support NFC and Apple has ECP which is a variation that is incompatible with NFC. So reader manufacturers resorted to Bluetooth as the lowest common denominator. The main problem with Bluetooth is the difficulty to judge the actual distance the credential is from the reader when using the signal strength of the radio wave.
From our testing of Bluetooth based credentials, we've found that the user experience is far inferior than traditional RFID based systems, as in slow response and unpredictable read ranges. Using our $99 Raspberry Pi based Single Entry Controller, it is entirely possible for us to eliminate the reader and use the phone to send a Bluetooth credential directly to the controller instead. We have not implemented this feature because we are afraid that the user will blame our system for the inferior experience when it is in fact the underlying technology that is the root cause of this problem.