Once installed, homeowners can use an accompanying iOS or Android app to assign up to four digital keys to anyone with a smartphone, which will open the smart lock wirelessly
After it's been set up, the lock's blue LED display will show its status along with the date and time, and will even identify each electronic key to welcome its owner by name
Goji's new lock takes a picture every time it's opened and then immediately sends an alert message via text and email to the owner's smartphone
The Goji Smart Lock is controlled by a smartphone and automatically sends the owner an email alert with a photo whenever someone opens it
As a last resort, a mechanical key can also open the lock with a keyhole hidden behind the display
The days of mechanical locks may be numbered as Wi-Fi- and Bluetooth-enabled smart locks continue to evolve with devices such as the Lockitron and August Smart Lock turning a smartphone into a wireless key. Unlocking a door with a smartphone from anywhere in the world is convenient by itself, but with the Goji Smart Lock you can instantly know when someone opens your front door and even see who it is.
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