09/02/2014 - The new Yale Real Living Key Free Push Button B1L and Key Free Touchscreen T1L Deadbolts offer streamlined installation, enhanced security, one button Z-Wave enrollment, and a competitive price. Made by Yale Locks & Hardware of New Haven, Connecticut, these deadbolts eliminate the cylinder and offer superior security and simplified installation. Eliminating the cylinder provides a clean appearance with the smallest residential keypad for a Z-Wave lock. Both the pushbutton and touchscreen models illuminate when touched.
12/22/2009 - Videx of Corvallis, Oregon, has combined its CyberKey technology with Bluetooth technology into the CyberKey Blue, a rechargeable key that can be accessed by a BlackBerry for scheduling and downloading information in the field.
08/28/2009 - Morse Watchmans of Oxford, Connecticut, has added a larger model to its KeyWatcher line of modular key control solutions. The new nine-module cabinet offers more storage, convenience, and overall value with a capacity of 144 keys in locking KeyWatcher configuration and up to 180 keys in nonlocking KeyBank configuration.
07/27/2009 - Deister Electronics USA, Inc., of Manassas, Virginia, and Strike Industries of Pompano Beach, Florida, have partnered to offer electronic key control solutions for the correctional facilities market.