Carson and dormakaba Announce Integration to Expand SMART Multifamily Security Solutions

Carson, creator of the One-App Resident ExperienceTM and 24/7 remote doorman service for multifamily properties, and dormakaba have announced an integration and distribution partnership.  

dormakaba’s BlueSky Mobile Credentials for multifamily smart door locks are now seamlessly integrated into the Carson app, enabling multifamily properties to operate as full-service buildings. With this integration, residents and property management staff have the ability to open doors and send mobile keys to residents, visitors and vendors, improving the resident living experience and providing added convenience. Carson is currently the only app in the multifamily market with this capability.  

“Integrating with dormakaba was key to Carson’s mission of integrating best-in-class multifamily access, camera and intercom hardware,” said Guy Blachman, Carson founder and CEO. “Our solution enables residents to manage and securely control all of their daily service needs in one simple to use app. dormakaba’s multifamily solutions, which provides the most widely used, economical, secure, and elegant looking smart locks is the clear market leader. Now integrated with Carson is a wonderful expansion of our One-App Resident ExperienceTM.” 

“We’re proud of our partnership with Carson,” said Michael Kincaid, senior vice president and global business owner of Lodging Systems, dormakaba Americas. “Through Carson, we can now provide a much-expanded platform to our multifamily customers and partners, with 24/7 remote doorman service, intercom integrations, live camera views, rent payment and remote door opening for guests and vendors through direct resident communication” 

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