SMARTPHONE OPERATION

If a user is registered in the database he can log into the system via the Andriod or iPhone App or via any web browser. Instead of opening the locker by presenting a pass at the terminal, the locker can be opened with a smartphone from the native app or by a number of other methods including bluetooth Credential, iBeacon, or other 3rd party App. This simple application makes carrying a credential a thing of the past. The administrator can also log into the administrator module with a mobile phone or tablet. This makes it possible to release a locker for use at the location itself. The administrator maintains supervision at the location. The administrator can also carry out a direct check when the USB charging function is activated. LoQit makes it easy for you. Next Opening Options>

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LoQit Wins ASIAL Award 2019

October 2019 - ASIAL Awards LoQit Access Control Product of 2019 LoQit was awarded the "Access Control Product of the Year" in Melbourne at the Park Hyatt Awards Dinner held annually. We had a great night at the 2019 Australian Security Awards in Melbourne. This award and product success is attributed to the LoQit and ACG partnership and all the continuous hard work from both teams in developing this great smart locker solution. Our Australian Partner ACG Fire & Security was also a finalist for "Integrated security solution under $500k" for their recently completed LoQit installation at 60 Martin Place in ...
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LoQit at Total Facilities 2019

March 20-21 2019 in Sydney LoQit will participate in the Total Facilities trade exhibition. The exibition/conference takes place at the Sydney International Convention Centre (ICC) on March 20 - 21, 2019.Come visit our stand no. C35 at the ICC and we will show you live our LoQit leading innovative electronic locking system and her many possibilities. Free entrance  Send us an e-mail at info@loqit.com.au and you will receive the entrance code. WATCH THE ANIMATION! ...
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