Yale and August Locks Now Integrate with Doorbird IP Video Door Stations

Thanks to new improvements, DoorBird says homeowners can connect their smart locks to the smart door station seamlessly.


DoorBird has recently announced its IP video door stations can now fully integrate with Yale and August smart locks.

Homeowners can connect their smart lock to the smart door station for a seamless “approach to entry” experience, according to the company.

The new integration works with the August WiFi Smart Lock, any August Smart Lock with a WiFi Connect, and the Yale Assure Locks and Levers with WiFi.

Through the DoorBird app, residents are said to have access to the following features:

  • Know who stopped by, even when you are out: Integrated into home automation systems through the DoorBird app, the DoorBird IP video door station will allow for monitoring of the front door, gate and/or garage door. With motion sensors and live in-app notifications when the doorbell is pressed, the user will receive an alert whenever someone moves into the entrance area of a home.
  • Grant access to visitors remotely: Users can have a two-way conversation with any visitor through the integrated DoorBird camera and DoorBird app. They will also be able to unlock the door from the same app from anywhere.
  • Never miss a delivery: Use the DoorBird app to greet and grant delivery personnel temporary access to a garage, front gate or hallway, ensuring packages are always safely delivered to the home while away.

Last month, DoorBird also announced its IP door stations can now be integrated directly into Control4 systems, allowing customers to access their IP intercom directly from Control4 interfaces without the additional cost of a third-party driver.

DoorBird is a leader in IP video door communication and the brand name of Bird Home Automation Group. With over 100,000 intercoms installed worldwide, the Berlin-based manufacturer says it combines modern design, high-quality materials and state-of-the-art IP technology. All products are made in Germany.

This article originally appeared on our sister publication Security Sales & Integration‘s website.