VingCard Elsafes Assa Abloy NFC Mobile Keys Solution @ HITEC

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VingCard Elsafes Assa Abloy NFC Mobile Keys solution will be featured in the 2012 edition of Guestroom 20X at HITEC 2012, taking place 25-28 June 2012 at the Baltimore Convention Center in the U.S..

The Assa Abloy NFC Mobile Keys solution by VingCard Elsafe allows hotel guests to check-in remotely via computers or web-enabled mobile devices and bypass the front desk at check-in by using their NFC-enabled mobile phones as virtual guestroom keys.

The solution securely delivers to the guest's mobile device their designated hotel room numbers and digital encrypted hotel keys. The, upon arrival, the guest can bypass the front desk and proceed directly to the room.

The Guestroom is unlocked by simply holding the phone near an access reader. Security features prevent unauthorized parties from using lost or stolen mobile devices to access rooms, and hotel managers can add, remove or update access rights for any users instantly, regardless of whether the door locks are online or offline.

The solution works with existing RFID locks, including VingCard Elsafes signature RFID locking solution, without the need to add any new hardware.

The Guestroom of the future will need to accommodate connected, tech-savvy travelers who value time, efficiency and self-service options, said Tim Shea, President of Assa Abloy Hospitality. The inclusion of Assa Abloy Mobile Keys in Guestroom 20X is consistent with that philosophy, as it gives travelers the ownership over the check-in process that they crave.

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