From the dawn of civilization, humans have faced the desire to protect themselves and their belongings. While the basic need for security hasn’t changed over millennia, the mechanics have. From the early Mesopotamian locking devices to the most advanced high-tech gadgets in today’s marketplace, locks have experienced a lifetime of reinvention that reflects socio-economic progress. Here are a few highlights of the lock’s journey throughout Western history from a wooden stick to digital technology.
Gate’s new operating system increases motion responsiveness, faster video capture, improved Wi-Fi performance, and power savings in all Gate video smart locks.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 1, 2019 — Gate Labs, Inc., the home security company that manufactures the world’s first all-in-one video smart lock, announced a second generation of its operating system for its flagship smart lock product, Gate. The Gate Smart Lock combines a set of features not found in other devices on the market, such as the live video and audio streaming of events taking place outside and inside the home. This update is designed to make everyday functionality faster and more reliable.
Over the next few weeks, all Gate smart lock units will be automatically updated with the following features: