What if you could safely secure almost any drawer, cabinet, or door in your home — and turn your phone into the key?
Smart Cube, a Bluetooth door lock designed by Smart Armor, wants to change the way you think about personal security. On Oct. 5, we spoke with CEO Justin Zastrow and CTO Ira Hayes at the Wearable Technology Show in Santa Clara. The duo showed us how Smart Cube works — and what’s on the horizon for the San Diego-based startup.
Protecting What Matters
As Smart Armor’s first product, Smart Cube is part of the company’s mission to protect what matters. To do this, Smart Cube makes use of the Internet of Things: a vision of the internet in which everyday objects have connectivity.
Smart Cube isn’t intended to replace your cupboards. Instead, it retrofits drawers, doors, and anything else that locks with a deceptively simple, yet totally customizable, Bluetooth locking system.