The world is becoming increasingly connected, and today’s consumers are looking to implement the benefits of smart technology into their everyday lives, including the security and functionality of their homes. With the rise of small, privately owned vacation rentals, and the increase in hybrid workplaces popularized since the days of the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for remotely accessible, extremely reliable security systems has continued to grow.
Residential Smart Locks on the Rise
According to recent estimates, 130 million households are home to at least one smart device, with this figure expected to reach up to 335 million by 2028. In fact, 30 percent of consumers say they plan on buying a smart lock for their home in the next six months, as smart lock technology quickly moves from the early adopter stage into a majority acceptance phase.
Current offerings, however, have demonstrated several drawbacks, including high costs, a bulky, unsightly footprint, a steep learning curve for the user, difficult installation, clunky controls, and limited remote access. For many homeowners, smart locks remain unknown and a bit intimidating.
To create a robust, attractive, and very secure smart lock that works seamlessly with home Wi-Fi routers to deliver a wide range of remote-control features for deadbolts via any authorized smart phone or tablet.
A low-power, Wi-Fi-enabled smart lock that allows you to check the status of your deadbolt, track access logs, lock and unlock via geofencing, create unique access codes, easily share within the household or schedule access, all within a single smart device app.
Easier access and more control improve user confidence in home security, with 24-hour insight into what’s happening at their properties, regardless of where they might be.
Home Security, Mobilized
Enter security-leader Hampton, which has been conducting cutting-edge development for products relating to a smarter home for years. From smart cameras to integrated leak detectors and smart lighting systems, Hampton’s Array product line began undertaking the creation of a truly connected and accessible residential smart lock.
Its goal was to leverage the company's decades-long expertise in locks and security to create a solution that was easy out-of-the-box, attractive, and delivered users a full range of Wi-Fi functionality from any authorized tablet or smart phone.