Knock Code Technology will open your door without keys

Thursday, 23 March 2006, 12:33 AM EST

The Israeli company E-lock has developed the first lock technology based on a Knock Code. This innovation is based on patented technology which uses a series of quick knocking sounds. The discrete mechanical knocks open the lock and are produced by a small device that can be carried by any authorized person.

At IsraCast.

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