I'm David Carnoy and I'm here with Fuz Design's Noke.
This is a digital lock.
It is a prototype, it won't be out for a little while yet but the idea here is that it would use your smartphone to open the lock.
You would get a code, you could share that code with someone one time.
And if you don't know your code or you've lost it for some reason or your cell phone dies there's a tap system that allows you to open the lock.
So this is the digital lock of the future.
Uses Bluetooth technology.
I'm David Carnaway and that's new design no key.
Thanks for watching.
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