Samsung SDS, the company’s Smart Home Division has introduced the first IoT-powered Wi-Fi smart door lock (SHP-DR900) that has built-in low-power Wi-Fi chip that doubles the battery life since it can be connected to the indoor wireless router. This can notify the door open status or intrusion attempts to a smartphone in real-time.
On the utility aspect, the smart door knob has a built-in sensor that can detect hand movement, allowing users to open the door with a slight touch on the knob. The device also comes with an upgraded fingerprint sensor that raises authentication accuracy, the firm said.
To protect against hacking attempts, the smart door lock is equipped with in-house security software including the Samsung SDS-White Box Cryptography and Samsung SDS-Secure Encapsulation for Application Layer technologies, according to Samsung SDS.
Also, the SHP-DR900 equipped with an improved fingerprint sensor compared to its previous generation of smart locks that can recognize fingerprints more quickly and accurately. In addition to mobile app and print, you can also unlock the door using a password, RF key tag or an emergency key.