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Inseparable Keys:

Phase III

High
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Tech Product Innovation (45
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827)

James
Duan
, Eric Lin,
Ray
Loo
, Minh
Vuong

April 17, 2008

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Product Opportunity Statement

Inseparable Keys fills an opportunity to create keys
that
cannot be easily lost, stolen, forgotten, or
otherwise separated

from their rightful owners. The
solution shall be
secure, reliable, and easier to use
than traditional keys.

Furthermore, an Inseparable Key can replace several
separate keys that serve different purposes, reducing
key clutter
and improving
carrying comfort
.

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Value Opportunity Analysis Recap


Customizable solution that is
easy to use
and program


Added
security

through redundancy


Greater
confidence

through using an
inseparable intelligent key system


Improved
comfort

by not carrying extra keys


Enable access to other
home automation
technologies though intelligent
identification system


Low wear and tear for a long
-
lasting and
reliable

solution


Build brand awareness though leveraging
partnerships

and establishing new industry
standards

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Product Concept Candidates


Fingerprint scanner built into
doorknob/handle



RFID key “rock”



Touch
-
less fingerprint scanning



Embed or attach RFID tags to clothes,
cell phone, iPod, etc.



Credit card or ID card scanner




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Our Solution: Voice Recognition


Uses
voice

authentication and speech
recognition


Verifies identity and receives commands
through spoken words


Key Attributes

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Inseparability
: No physical object functioning
as the key

-
Security
: Two
-
factor authentication

-
Reliability
: Fewer moving parts; May require
battery power or physical backup

-
Ease
-
of
-
use
: No physical keys are necessary,
so a user can easily use the lock when hands
are full or in the dark

-
Number of Keys
: Reduces number of keys

-
Cost
: Installation is a one
-
time cost and will
not cost significantly more than a traditional
solution

Exceeds all product opportunity specifications

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Stakeholder Analysis I


Kevin, the Consumer

-
No physical key to
carry/lose

-
Voice recognition
easy to use
and to
configure

-
Increased
convenience

with optional
automated doors





Jack, the Homeowner

-
Easy
, one
-
time installation

-
Secure
, inseparable keys

-
Confidence

in using a secure
locking solution

-
Reduces
number of keys




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Stakeholder Analysis II


Kim, an Apartment Lease
Manager

-
Easily
customizable

for tenants

-
Track
who has access

-
No more keys to
organize





Honeywell Security Group

-
Easy to develop
and push to
market

-
Extendable

to home automation
systems

-
Opens
new markets



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Commercial Feasibility


Convenient, cheap, secure, and reliable security
solution


Estimated cost of solution: $100


Projected product lifespan: 10 years


Installation similar to that of standard locks


Little or no maintenance required


Leverage

partnerships with retail outlets and home
security providers

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Prototype Considerations


Usage scenarios

-
Unlock

-
Lock

-
Open

-
Close

-
Configure


add/remove users, activity log, reset to defaults


Homeowner Interface

-
Integrated keypad or
touchscreen


Building Owner Interface

-
Control console to program multiple locks simultaneously

-
Ability to track usage

-
Remote updating

-
Wireless versus wired connectivity for power/configuration

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How The Concept Works

Approach

Door and

Give

Command

Command?

Open Door

or Unlock

Close Door

Close

Door

Voice and

Password

Verified?

Verification

Failure

Indicated

Lock

Success

Indicated

Unlock

Open

Door

No

Yes

Lock

Command?

Open Door

Unlock

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Homeowner Solution


How do you do the
user interface for
setup and
maintenance?


Are the locks user
-
friendly?

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Building Owner Solution


Can a building owner easily program multiple locks
simultaneously?


Are remote updates possible?


Are locks user
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friendly?

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Conclusions From Prototyping


Lock, unlock, open door, and close
door commands
are
supported


Configured differently depending on usage:

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Homeowner: keypad & voice commands on the lock itself

-
Building owner: tablet console to update multiple locks
simultaneously


Equipped with dual keypad & voice command
programming to accommodate consumers with
heavy accents


Powered by batteries or low
-
watt power line


Easily installed in standard door jam


Automated opening/closing with power arm



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Further Questions


Access for emergency personnel?


Reliability of voice recognition?


Usage in noisy/private areas?


Handicapped accessible?


Computer interface for programming?


How to extend into home automation?

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Our Vision

Honeywell Inseparable Keys

Questions?

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Task Analysis of Inseparable Keys vs.
Traditional Keys

Start:

Approach Door

Place

groceries on

the ground

Find keys

Push key

into keyhole

Strain to

turn key

Push door

open

Hang key

on hook

Hold door

o
pen

Grab groceries

Step through

Close door

Finish:

Lock Door

Use voice

recognition

Door unlocks,

opens, walk

through, door

locks

Finish:

Walk away

Start:

Approach Door

Traditional

locking
solution =
12 steps!

Inseparable
Keys with
optional
automated
doors = 4
steps