Samsung SDS Co. said Wednesday it released a new door lock equipped with the Internet-of-Things (IoT) technology for both the domestic and overseas markets, which can be activated remotely via smartphones.
The IT arm of South Korean conglomerate Samsung said the IoT smart door lock, named the SHP-DR900, comes with a power-efficient Wi-Fi chip, delivering the status of doors to users on a real-time basis.
Users will receive notifications when the door is activated, and they can also open doors remotely when their family or relatives come for a visit, Samsung SDS said.
The sensor installed on the product also instantly unlocks the door when users slightly touch the knob when leaving the house.
Samsung SDS said the lock is installed with the Samsung SDS-White Box Cryptography and Samsung SDS-Secure Encapsulation for Application Layer technologies, effectively eliminating hacking concerns.
The SHP-DR900 also comes with the latest fingerprint sensor for more accurate screening, the company added.
Samsung SDS said it plans to penetrate deeper into the global market for premium door locks with the latest product.