CoLive launches software for tighter security

LN Revathy Coimbatore | Updated on April 25, 2018 Published on April 25, 2018


CoLive has launched Frame, a facial-recognition software for enhanced security, at its serviced properties.

In the first phase of its launch, Frame will be operational at 20 prime properties managed by CoLive. The company operates 75 properties in Bengaluru with 3,000 beds . The properties are located in and around tech parks.

Commenting on the launch, Suresh Rangarajan, founder and Chief Executive, CoLive, explained that Frame stood for Facial Recognition Access Management Engine. It consists of door access control and blackbox key management, two features that would enable residents to gain access to their apartments.

The company has recently filed a patent for Frame.

“Tenants can register in the system by clicking a selfie through the CoLive app, following which they will be able to gain access to the apartment without having to swipe the card. With Frame, there will be no need for a security guard as the system tracks visitors, tenants and staff when they enter and leave the premises and stop anyone that it does not recognise from entering the property,” he said.

He observed that Frame would help eliminate one of the biggest challenges faced by the real estate industry in terms of key management of unoccupied apartments. “The technology will enable sales, check-in and maintenance seamlessly without human interface.”

Published on April 25, 2018

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