Solutions by Topic: Mobile Access Control

Smart phones have become the control center of our lives. As more and more aspects of our existence are being managed through mobile technology, it’s only natural that access control and door security are following suit. With insight from the consultative experts at ASSA ABLOY, you can utilize the latest in mobile access technology to find a solution that fits your unique needs.

Secure. Flexible. Convenient.

Optimizing the Student Experience through Mobile Credentials

Throughout March and April, we’re hosting a series of Coffee Time Café webinars where we address one of the major trends impacting colleges and universities today – mobile access and its impact on the student experience.

Register today to hear from industry leaders and other universities as they share their perspective and experiences.


Does mobile access work with all phones?

Bluetooth Smart-enabled locks from ASSA ABLOY Group brands can be used with all mobile devices supported by the HID Mobile Access® program. The HID Mobile Access app is available on Android app store and Apple app store.

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How is the ASSA ABLOY Mobile Access solution different from other solutions available today?

ASSA ABLOY Group brands offer the industry’s only mobile access solution that offers native support for iOS® and Android™ mobile devices in both wired and wireless locks. For more information, please contact your local HID Global representative. 

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In addition to HID wall readers, what locks does HID Mobile Access work with?

Bluetooth Smart and NFC:

  • Corbin Russwin Access 700 PIP1 and PWI1
  • Corbin Russwin IN120 and IN220
  • Corbin Russwin SE LP10
  • SARGENT Passport 1000 P1 and P2
  • SARGENT IN120 and IN220

NFC only:

  • HES K100 and KS100
  • Securitron R100

Interested in learning more about the concept of mobile access?

Read this ASSA ABLOY Future Lab think piece:
Can phones challenge the resillient plastic card?

The University of Oklahoma shares their experience of journeying from traditional access control to mobile student IDs:
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