I've been keyless for years. Not out of choice, but because I'm not the most ordered person. I lose my keys all the time in my life.
Therefore, I am looking forward to a keyless lifestyle, that being said, a world without keys.
Internet of Things
A keyless lifestyle is one where you don't need physical keys to access your home, car and other assets. Instead, you can use your smartphone or smartwatch as a key.
There are many ways that a keyless lifestyle can be implemented using the Internet of Things (IoT).
Smart Home and Security
One way is by using IoT to enhance home security. This includes using connected sensors in windows and doors to alert you when someone opens them unexpectedly. You can also set up alerts for different rooms in the house so that if another person enters without permission, it will send you an alert on your phone telling you what room they entered and when they did it—this could help with peace of mind while away from home or give an early warning if there's ever an intruder inside!
A keyless lifestyle can be as simple as wearing a smartwatch, but it can also include wearable accessories like a smart ring or fitness tracker. Your wearables is your key. These devices allow you to keep track of your physical activity and health without having to carry anything around with you. Some wearables even allow you to pay for things directly from your wrist or finger!
Smart glasses are even more convenient for those who need hands-free computing, allowing them to use their computer or phone without having to hold it. Smart clothing is another way technology has made our lives easier by eliminating the need for pockets in our pants and shirts—now we can just slide our phones into special fabric that acts like an extra pocket!
Biometrics is the study of biological characteristics for identification purposes. It is most commonly used to identify humans, but can also apply to animals, plants and even things like fingerprints.
What's the difference between a fingerprint scanner and your regular password? The answer has to do with how each one works:
Passwords: Password security relies on the strength of your password being enough to make it difficult for others to guess what it is or steal it from you by hacking into whatever device you're using at that time. This system is based on trust in human memory, which isn't perfect—we forget our passwords or write them down on Post-it notes next to our computers where anyone could find them. After all, if we just had stronger memories then we wouldn't have imperfections in this system!
Biometrics however is using your unique biological feature like fingerprint, facial expression, Iris and other biometrics features as a key.
Example: biometric security uses physical features (such as fingerprints) as part of its authentication process instead of relying only on something like a username/password combination that can be guessed by bad actors looking for an easy way into your accounts.
Therefore Biometrics technology will largely bring us to a keyless and convenient lifestyle.
We are slowly moving towards a keyless world
You may have already experienced the keyless lifestyle. E.g using fingerprint to access the commercial building.
You might not know it, but you’re already living in a keyless world. That is because many things we use today are either keyless or will be soon.
The future of technology is all about making our lives easier and more convenient, so if you don't keep up with what's happening out there, you could be missing out on some great opportunities!
A keyless lifestyle is a future that's coming sooner than you might think. And it’s one that’s going to change the way we live our lives forever. There are so many ways to make your home and your daily life more convenient—and all of them involve keyless locks. Whatever stage you're at in life, there's a smart lock that's right for you! We at Populife aims to accelerating the keyless lifestyle for our customer so they can live a free life daily!
No key, No problem!