OpenPath’s Touchless Access Control: An All-New Approach

Woman waving her hand over an OpenPath access control reader to open the door.

Wave Your Hand & Walk Right Through the Door 

What if you could implement access control without requiring everyone to touch fingerprint readers, pin pads, and door handles? With OpenPath, you’ll no longer need to touch anything to open doors in your business! 

What is OpenPath? OpenPath was recently acquired by Motorola. It is a new access control system that allows users to unlock doors with a wave of their hand—and nothing else. No key-turning, tapping, scanning, or entering information. And if your company has automatic doors and elevators, once you wave your hand, they open instantly.

We’re excited to follow OpenPath’s future and share it with businesses in the Dallas, TX area. So how does OpenPath access control work? Read on to find out! 

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