Zaplox AB

Axis A1001 with integration to Zaplox mobile keys

Press Release   •   Sep 25, 2014 09:02 GMT

– Zaplox solution for mobile keys has the potential to replace millions of cards, tags and keys all over the world. Our target is to become global market leaders when it comes to mobile-based key management, a billion euro industry that is developing rapidly, says Magnus Friberg, CEO of Zaplox.

Zaplox’ partner Axis is the market leader in network video. Axis’ products are installed at airports, universities, prisons, casinos and banks. Zaplox new solution for Axis’ access control system provides a product that replaces physical keys and card readers at doors with the use of mobile phones and Zaplox mobile keys. The advantages with a change to mobile keys are easier, more convenient and more resource-efficient key management.

Zaplox mobile keys will be presented in Axis’ stand at the security fair in Essen 23-26 September. The fair brings together the global security industry – from manufacturers, installers and system integrators to end users – who participate in the fair to get up to date with what's new in security technology and to do business.

– The interest in mobile-based key management is growing rapidly, mainly in the hotel and real estate sectors. An industry with a turnover of over 100 billion euros, says Magnus Friberg.

Zaplox was founded in 2010 and has been in commercial use since 2011.

Both Zaplox and Axis have headquarters in the city of Lund, Sweden.

For more information, please contact

Stefan Andersson, Commercial Manager of Zaplox

Mobile phone: +46 729-65 69 88


Zaplox was founded in 2010 in the city of Lund, Sweden, and has developed a patent-pending system for managing door lock with mobile phone. Zaplox operates globally and offers companies an efficient key management and the ability to create new services through the use of mobile applications. Systems from Zaplox have been installed in hotels, ski resorts and offices. The systems can replace or coexist with key cards, code locks and physical keys. See