- GSMA features Willowmore in an Innovator Profile.
- Willowmore’s smart padlock solution helps enterprises to not only increase their security but save money and time.
- The future holds even greater expansion with Willowmore looking to expand the system with its Sigfox-Bluetooth gateway and wireless-environmental-monitoring sensors.
GSMA features Willowmore in an Innovator Profile, highlighting their innovation in designing keyless smart locks in response to the challenge of managing physical keys and improving access control systems.
Managing physical keys is a global issue as enterprises share and have access to more assets across the globe. Willowmore’s smart padlock solution helps enterprises to not only increase their security but save money and time.
The keyless smart lock system eliminates the necessity for physical keys, replacing them with virtual keys. This, in turn, reduces the prevalence of duplication. Secondly, the system allows for real-time access to assets, increasing time savings and productivity. Finally, the system allows for greater tracking of asset visitation and visitor data.
The future holds even greater expansion with Willowmore looking to expand the system with its Sigfox-Bluetooth gateway and wireless-environmental-monitoring sensors. Together with the smart locks, they will provide users with information about the health of their assets and real-time tamper alarms.
About Willowmore Pte Ltd
Willowmore is all about developing brilliant inventions and providing awesome solutions. We develop Access Control Management systems, IoT gateways and Monitoring solutions that our customers trust. We are designing new solutions: Range of Smart locks, IoT gateways and analytics solutions that we believe will change the landscape for the company and for our customers.
The GSM Association (commonly referred to as ‘the GSMA’ or Global System for Mobile Communications, originally Groupe Spécial Mobile) is a trade body that represents the interests of mobile network operators worldwide. Approximately 800 mobile operators are full GSMA members and a further 300 companies in the broader mobile ecosystem are associate members. The GSMA represents its members via industry programmes, working groups and industry advocacy initiatives. They organise the annual Mobile World Congress (>100k attendee’s), and set the technical standards for the industry. The GSMA drive mobile adoption which in turn improves education, health and economic growth across the globe.