Not everything at CES is about TVs, fitness trackers or drones.
For example: San Francisco-based August introduced "August Connect," a device that allows homeowners and renters keyless entry to a house, from wherever the owner has an Internet connection. The product uses Bluetooth low energy technology and Apple iOS and Google platforms
How it works: A smart lock is retrofitted over an existing deadbolt and access is given in the form of virtual keys for different intervals of time. At the moment, the August Smart Lock is completely offline, using Bluetooth connectivity to operate.
Essentially, homeowners will no longer have to be present to buzz in guests, or check the status of their smart lock.