with safety as a top priority, Shepherd Lock aims to provide people with the most convenient and secure way
to access their home
Ann Arbor, Michigan. — Today, Shepherd Lock, a new keyless smart
lock for the home, launches on Kickstarter. Shepherd Lock uses the same
technology found in the automotive industry and is the first smart lock that
detects lock-picking attempts to protect homes against burglaries.
Shepherd Lock is equipped with a keyless entry
system, making it convenient to enter the home. The lock’s automotive grade
touch technology allows users to unlock their door with just a touch. Shepherd
Lock also transforms existing lock hardware into a smart sensor that uses
artificial intelligence to identify and notify the homeowner of any threat.
team and I come from the automotive industry, where we designed keyless entry
systems for cars,” said Kabir Maiga, the founder of PassiveBolt Inc., the
makers of Shepherd Lock. “Shepherd Lock brings the same
true and tested automotive touch technology to people’s homes.”
Shepherd Lock creates the smartest door on the
market with its Intelligent Door Status and Intelligent Authentication Zone.
A Wi-Fi bridge enables the homeowner to control and monitor the lock remotely.
Once the bridge is plugged into the wall, it can be paired with the lock using
the mobile app. On the app, homeowners can use the lock’s Intelligent Door
Status technology to check whether their door is open, closed or locked with
ease. Similar to automotive keyless entry systems, the Shepherd Lock will only
unlock if the user has a keyfob or smartphone key within the Intelligent
The homeowner can also use the mobile app to manage access to their
home. Temporary or permanent encrypted keys can be shared with family members
or friends, and homeowners can schedule access time windows to allow people to
enter the home.
Installation of Shepherd Lock is simple as there is no drilling
required. Shepherd Lock is compatible with any single cylinder deadbolt.
Keeping the exterior hardware in place, remove the thumb-turn, install the
mounting bracket, screw in the module and snap on the magnetic cover. Shepard
Lock retrofits the existing hardware, so the homeowner will not need a new set
of keys. Powered with four AA batteries, homeowners will never have to worry
during storms or power outages that their homes are unsecure.
Shepherd Lock is available to pre-order starting at $179 by visiting pr.go2.fund/shepherdlock.
a strong background in the automotive industry, Shepard Lock’s core team designed
keyless entry systems for cars. The team spun-off in June of 2018. With more
than 30 years of R&D and engineering expertise in automotive keyless entry
systems, they’ve taken those concepts and transferred them to smart home entry
systems. For more information, visit https://shepherdlock.com/.
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