Over 57 million Americans are living with a disability. These include hearing, visual, cognitive, and ambulatory impairments. At Luxer One, we know that many of our users will need special assistance to retrieve their packages from our lockers, which is why our electronic package lockers are designed to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design.
Our mission is to relentlessly improve how the world receives goods, and that includes our fans across the spectrum of ability. That's why we're introducing the “Locker Accessibility Initiative.” This effectively enables all users to easily pick up packages from the Luxer One smart locker systems at over 4,500 locations. The initiative includes accommodations for users with visual, hearing, cognitive, or physical limitations. Through the use of the features we discuss below, we aim to make package pickup quick and easy for everyone.
Luxer One provides smart locker solutions for multifamily, university, office and retail. Want to learn how we can help you manage your package problems? Reach out to a member of our team here.
At Luxer One, we use only the highest quality materials available to maintain security and integrity in our products. That's why when it came time to select a platform to run our proprietary software, we chose Apple's iOS. As the most secure hardware on the market and a UI most customers are already familiar with, we believe this provides the most seamless experience for the customer.
Apple Insider has been the most trusted review and news site for everything Apple since 1997. In this article, writer Amber Neely explores Luxer One's unique use-case for the Apple iPad and iOS software.
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Luxer One builds the world's smartest lockers for multifamily residences, university, retail, and office. Want to learn more? Reach out to a member of our team here.
There’s something uniquely frustrating about having a package stolen right off your doorstep, and it’s an alarmingly common problem. With year-over-year package delivery on the rise (an estimated 20% increase every year), packages are becoming an even more enticing target for “porch pirates”.
CNBC explores how shoppers and residents are seeking ways to protect their packages from these porch pirates, and many are turning to package lockers. Check out their take on the issue below.
Automated package acceptance is a game-changer. You don’t need to babysit every delivery, you don’t need to micromanage every pickup, and your residents don’t need to worry about packages sitting, unsecure, on their doorsteps.
While 24/7 automated pickup takes a huge amount of work and worry off your plate, it does raise a concern: people are interacting with a valuable part of your property unsupervised. What happens if something goes wrong?
That’s where video surveillance comes in. Proper video security that captures the entire package acceptance area – either a full shot of your lockers or package room – is crucial to getting a complete package management solution. If something goes wrong in that final mile of package delivery, you should know that someone behind the scenes has your back.