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MoboKey is our first OmniFob partner in the connected car space. The company has been testing their original system all over the world this past year, and they have recently launched the newest version of their smart remote start / keyless entry system.
We are excited to announce our partnership with Simpaltek, smart home product developer and creator of Nexx Garage, the most popular smart garage door opener on Amazon. OmniFob users will now be able to connect directly to Nexx Garage and open your garage door with the simple click of a button on their OmniFob.
We are excited to announce our OmniFob™ partnership with Yonomi, a leading IoT company enabling a more connected smart home. OmniFob users will now be able to connect to their Yonomi account and control any of their favorite routines (which the user sets up in the app) with the simple click of a button on their OmniFob.
OmniFob™ (patent pending) is the first smart fob to integrate both smart home and connected car functionality along with a Bluetooth locator. In order to ensure that it is compatible with a wide range of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and compatible with iOS & Android, we have focused our initial efforts on two of the best in the space, Samsung SmartThings & Yonomi.
As the number of IoT (Internet of Things) devices continues to grow at an exponential rate, the smartphone is increasingly becoming the control center for our connected world. When it comes to everyday carry, we tend to go back and forth between the physical items we carry like our keys, multi-tool, wallet, etc., and our phone for digital access.
OmniFob™ (patent pending) is a tiny shortcut remote that triggers the apps you use to control your smart devices, scenes, routines, and even your cars. It's like having multiple smart buttons in one tiny remote that also includes a Chipolo powered bluetooth locator, flashlight, and other unique features. Currently OmniFob can hold up to 33 devices / scenes / routines, etc., and it has a potential capacity to hold up to 150. But since it only has two buttons, how fast is it to access all your devices if you have to scroll through the menu each time? The answer is… Quick Controls :)