Yale today launched two devices, smart delivery box and smart cabinet lock, in the U.S. market to provide customers with express cabinets at home. Smart delivery box provides users with a safe space to store delivered packages until they can retrieve them, while smart cabinet lock can be used to prevent cabinets or drawers containing valuables or potentially dangerous goods from being entered. < / P > < p > of these two devices, the smart delivery box may be more noteworthy. The box comes in Kent and Brighton styles, both with WiFi and Yale access app. In the application, the box can enter the “delivery” mode. Before the first delivery, the box is not locked, and then the box is locked to prevent access until the application is used to unlock again. < / P > < p > in addition to the delivery mode, there are two other usage modes. Because the box contains Yale connect WiFi bridge, it can be locked and unlocked through the application, so that users can share and access remotely. Both Kent and Brighton models have a keyboard that allows users to provide an access code to the delivery driver. The whole box can be fixed on the ground at the door of the house, or it can be weighted with sand to avoid being stolen by the whole box. < / P > < p > Yale smart cabinet lock is used to lock a single cabinet or drawer to prevent curious people from entering. It’s positioned as a safe to keep valuables safe in a rented house. The product can be jammed with glue or screws. Because it also includes a WiFi bridge, users can use Yale’s app to remotely lock, unlock or grant access. However, it should be noted that the smart delivery box will be available on amazon.com and best buy on October 17, and the smart cabinet lock will be available on October 10. These products have been put on sale on Yale’s official website. [image] Google secretly tests 6GHz networks in 17 states of the United States