Yale and Somfy join forces. Yale as the specialist in smarthome security solutions and Somfy as the specialist in connected equipment for the home. Both companies want to realize a safer and more connected home in this way. This means that you can now fully integrate Yale smart locks into your favorite smart home systems via the Somfy TaHoma app. For example, you can now lock the door or check the status of the lock via Somfy. The integration also enables specific product scenarios that you can customize yourself.
Adding to the Somfy ecosystem, the Yale Linus smart door lock can be managed together with other Somfy devices and devices from other brands. Building on both companies’ mission to expand their connected product ecosystems, Somfy and Yale (ASSA ABLOY) are part of the Connectivity Ecosystem Partnership along with Danfoss and Schneider Electric. The companies want to jointly offer devices and systems that can easily function together and are easy to install and maintain for installers.
And speaking of the smart door lock Yale Linus. Thanks to the new integration of the smart door lock Linus with the Yale SR Smart Home Alarm Systems, your alarm will be turned off automatically as soon as you open the door with your smart lock. A feature that is especially useful and useful for parents with young children, but also for trusted people such as family, friends or the dog walker who need to be able to enter your home but may not be familiar with your security system.
Yale also works with other companies
Yale already has several partnerships in addition to Somfy, including with Philips Hue, Bosch, Home Connect, Homey, DoorBird, Verisure and many more. This way you can thanks to the partnership with Philips Hue combine the smart door lock Linus with the smart lighting that can switch on automatically when the door is removed from the lock. Voice assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant are also supported, as is Apple HomeKit.