The front door that parcel thieves hate – BBC News
The front door that parcel thieves hate – BBC News Pakistan is becoming a big problem now that we’re ordering more things online, so I can offer a solution about a package delivered from a retail Giant come into the house. Giving me room to put Apostle in this compartment on the clever thing. Is this can be heated or kept cool? So if you have groceries coming to these two, some dry cleaning to deliver some clothes, then again my phone can unlock this tunnel here and it will expand backwards into the house. So now the delivery driver that doesn’t even need to talk to people in the house and if I go inside, I just need to open up the panel here and that’s my parcel wasting. For me. There is that we use wireless technology often referred to as NFC. So anyone orders anything online or has a delivery that individual driver will get what’s called and ET. That Nikki will then be recognized in their pocket or on their smart device will show him which open an automatically open. They put the package and parcel in they shut. It that ETS asteroid no one else can open those tacky boxes, Smart Lock inside. So why would someone need all this? Instead, I think the main differentiating point being that no one never ever needs to go in your house, so your house is completely secure. What we have is the e box just opens UPS about delivery driver. That friend is returning something to you: don’t have access to the e-box from the outside you’re, not letting a stranger in your home anytime. There is a tethering device whereby you take a tether, insert it in package once that tethers inserted in the package. The package is alarm, so, if that’s in any way and a thief tries to steal the package will heal an audible alarm. You also see a visual, very bright alarm and we know who they are before they get to the door. We have technology allows us to know who that individual was further cell phone and ultimately have the ability to connect to local law enforcement and tell them who that person is. You are being recorded, stop talking, stuffed the police are being called. Your smartphone has been identified. An expanding door that locks away small parcels and calls the police if larger ones are stolen is on show at the CES tech expo in Las Vegas.
Its developers suggest the innovation is more secure than Amazon’s own solution to the problem of parcel thieves.
It looks a bit clunky, but Chris Fox tried out the invention to see if it worked in practice.
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