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August Home Company Profile

August Home builds smart home access products and services to securely manage the front door from anywhere with a smartphone.

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About August Home


657 Bryant Street
San Francisco, California
94107
United States of America
P: (844) 284-8781







Product & Solution Videos



CE Pro Video Q&A: What’s the Buzz about August Home?
Mike Buckingham, director of August Home, explains the feature set of the August Smart Lock, including Amazon Echo and Nest compatibility and the Apple HomeKit chip. He also discusses the benefits for integrators from the new...

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Ideal for integrating Wi-Fi cameras with ZigBee door locks, Amazon invention shows ZigBee home-automation signals running over power cable to enhance wireless performance. (Julie Jacobson / CE Pro)


August and Nest/Yale employ low-energy home-automation protocols (Bluetooth LE and Thread/Weave) for their door locks, connecting to the home network via Wi-Fi-enabled video doorbells powered over wire.