Kaadas, a leading name in the world of smart locks, made a significant impact at the recently concluded 2023 CEDIA Expo held in the United States. With an unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of home security technology, Kaadas has showcased a range of innovative products set to redefine the industry.
Kaadas' star attraction at the Expo was the Kaadas KA227-V All-in-one Wi-Fi Video Doorbell Smart Deadbolt Lock with Dual Fingerprint Sensors. This groundbreaking product seamlessly combines the convenience of a video doorbell with the security of a smart deadbolt lock. The integrated dual fingerprint sensor is capable of recognizing up to 50 unique fingerprints and unlocking the door in as little as 0.3 seconds. It's a game-changer for homeowners and professional integrators alike, offering an unparalleled level of control and peace of mind.
In addition to this, we also unveiled new Z-Wave smart locks that have set a new standard for security and convenience. These locks are designed to seamlessly integrate with smart home ecosystems, allowing users to enhance their home automation experience while ensuring top-notch security.
A highlight of the Expo was the engaging session on the Smart Stage, where Kaadas CEO of North America, Nick English, and renowned access control influencer Lee Odess took the audience through the evolution of locks. They shed light on the latest technological advancements shaping the future of smart locks. Their insightful discussion gave attendees a glimpse into the innovative thinking that fuels Kaadas.
The 2023 CEDIA Expo was a resounding success for Kaadas, with a strong turnout and enthusiastic engagement from industry professionals and technology enthusiasts. The event provided an invaluable platform to connect with like-minded individuals and share our vision for the future of smart locks.
The future of smart locks is bright, and Kaadas is excited to be at the forefront of this exciting journey. We look forward to continuing to innovate and shape the way homes are secured and automated in the years to come.