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Nuva Living becomes the first operator to implement the innovative smart access control solution Homelok by SALTO Systems.

Nuva Living becomes the first operator to implement the innovative smart access control solution Homelok by SALTO Systems.

The use of smart, cloud-connected access is disrupting the locks market in all types of buildings, from businesses, hotels, workspaces, universities/colleges, healthcare facilities and also in the residential area, where demand is becoming increasingly prevalent.


Homelok is SALTO Systems' intelligent access control solution for the residential area. It is a cutting-edge technology, with a cloud-based platform focused on meeting the operational needs of new skill models, such as build to rent, coliving, student residences or new residential developments.


The technology developed by the Basque company brings security and protection to properties, and digitizes access by replacing the traditional key with a smart key or even the residents' own smartphone as a key. An access control system that provides all the advantages of an electronic lock connected to the security of the home with its own online functionalities such as communications and real-time tracking that offers options for monitoring, remote opening or canceling lost keys or sharing keys in real time.


Added Value


Smart locking systems streamline operations and lower costs for developers, real estate companies and property managers. It eliminates the process of handing over keys, and avoids the replacement of mechanical locks in case they are lost, all through a system that completely avoids the need for complex installations, minimizes the infrastructure required for its deployment and adapts to any type of door, from residential doors to garage access, perimeter access, elevator or intercom.


The possibility of programming entrances also puts an end to the need to receive tenants of tourist properties, and facilitates access to unoccupied properties, allowing doors to be opened locally or remotely. It also allows connection to the security and management systems of the properties, favoring the development of more intelligent and efficient homes and buildings.


On the other hand, the implementation of solutions of this type can attract and retain residents who are satisfied with the user experience, and facilitate the implementation and monetization of services such as gyms or coworkings in housing developments.


Large companies dedicated to the development of build to rent projects and rental housing, such as Nuva Living, Vivenio or Becasa, as well as other companies focused on the student residence business, such as Greystar or Micampus, already use Homelok technology to maximize the security and comfort of their customers.




Despite operating in ninety countries, all SALTO Systems technologies, solutions and products, are produced domestically, manufactured at the Gipuzkoa plant. They are certified for both their mechanics and their security and information infrastructure, representing the highest standard in lock security.


In addition, thanks to the smart locks, tenants and operators can manage their entries and exits without the need to coordinate in person, freeing both of them from daily tasks and management.


Homelok adapts to any existing mechanical lock, and the user can choose between different access methods: remote openings, physical credentials, and even from Apple Wallet, following the recent approval of the system.


Digital accesses, are fully integrated technologies that solve several issues that used to exist with traditional mechanical keys. Their adaptability to the needs of each user, the increase in security and the wide range of possibilities they offer make them different from traditional locks.


Salto Systems will participate in the Rebuild fair, which will take place between March 19 and 21 at IFEMA Madrid. The company from Guipuzcoa will present its latest developments in the residential industry at one of the major events for industrialized construction, digitalization and sustainability.


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