Spanish safe manufacturer Olle recently launched a new electronic lock system which can be operated via smartphone app. The system is called Ocluc and is currently available on a range of Olle wall and freestanding safes.
While the lock on your safe door is its most obvious security feature, there are other less visible pieces of technology that also play their part. These are typically built into the door itself. They may form part of the locking mechanism or protect it in some way, or they might simply act to reinforce the door against certain types of attack.
During the EN 1143-1 Eurograde test to determine the burglar resistance of a safe, testers are not permitted to attack the locking mechanism of the safe. Instead, they can only attempt to breach the safe by force using various types of tools to attack the body and door. Testing the abilities of the lock falls under the EN 1300 standard.