By David Kitchenham Wednesday, 1st March 2023 0 Comments iLOQ Establishes its US Presence with Battery-Free Smart Locks iLOQ are looking to validate their entry into the US market by showcasing their battery-free locks and keyless cellphone-based solutions. They will be displaying the product at 2023s foremost US trade show for security and public safety brands. Taking place from the 28th of March to the 31st, ISC West is one of the most principal trade shows for the US security market in 2023 and it expects to have hundreds of companies in attendance to showcase their products and demonstrate their innovations. iLOQ have been creating innovative products for a while, their highly functional, secure and sustainable digital access management systems for their battery-free smart locks and keyless cellphone-based solutions have been offering huge benefits to building owners, property managers and end users alike. Joni Lampinen, the General Manager of iLOQ USA had this to say, “As a company, we have been around for decades, but the US is a new country and new market for iLOQ and our ground-breaking smart solutions. ISC West is the place to be for security, property, and public safety professionals. It will provide the ideal opportunity for iLOQ to join the US security landscape and start changing market behaviour with our disruptive battery-free products. We have entered the market, we are here to stay, and the North American security business will never be the same again. Join us at our booth to see, test and ‘taste’ the future of access management.” Product Manager George Elias had this to say, “I am super happy to demo iLOQ’s battery-free ANSI cylinders to US business professionals and end users. ISC West is the premier destination to showcase innovation. The beauty of our solution lies in its simplicity. Any existing lock cylinder can be quickly and simply replaced with iLOQ’s battery-free and cable-free cylinder to instantly modernize buildings and ensure state-of-the-art security while slashing lifecycle costs.” It’s exciting to see growth happening all around the industry as we progress forward with new and interesting ideas. Post navigation Previous Post Personal Protective equipment: Have you checked your gloves? Next Post ARE HYDROGEN ENGINES THE FUTURE ? David Kitchenham Tool loving geek and tech head from PAL Media. Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.