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OpenTech Adds DaVinci Lock Integration to Self-Storage IoE Platform
The DaVinci Lock system has launched last year by 10 Federal Storage LLC

September 4, 2019:  A Phoenix-based self-storage kiosks, call-center services and other technology provider OpenTech Alliance Inc., will soon offer an integration between its INSOMNIAC CIA (Central Intelligent Access) access-control product and the DaVinci Lock system. After the integration of OpenTech’s IoE (Internet of Everything) platform, DaVinci will allow facility operators to remotely rent new units or release overlocked units using a standard combination lock with an encrypted serial code. Tenant notifications can be automated, with unlock codes sent via text through the CIA keypad or Storage Genie mobile app. 

The DaVinci Lock integration will be free for CIA customers. There’s a one-time setup, training and customization fee of $29 per facility, and the DaVinci locks are $9.99 each.
The OpenTech IoE platform is designed with an open application programming interface that allows integration with systems and components from outside suppliers. DaVinci Lock integration is the ninth one. The eighth was a wired-alarm multiplexer for CIA announced earlier this week. reports:
We are excited to partner with OpenTech and their CIA product line. We are big believers in what they are doing with smart technology and are excited to be part of their platform.” Said by Brad Minsley, president of 10 Federal.

OpenTech is committed to continuously improving our solutions for property owners and storage customers—an initiative that is fueled by our relationships with other companies that share that vision. The integration between the DaVinci Lock and CIA will provide another level of automation for self-storage operators, streamlining the overlock process and reducing friction in the customer experience.” Said by Jon Loftin, vice president of OpenTech and IoE product owner.

Based in Raleigh, N.C., 10 Federal acquires, develops and manages self-storage properties in Georgia, Illinois, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. Specializing in automated operation, it has more than 25 facilities in its portfolio.