No. I believe the software is evaluating your location based on your phone's reported location (GPS / WiFI combo or just WiFi depending on settings) as well as bluetooth connectivity. So your door only automatically unlocks when you reenter your space. For example, my apartment has thick concrete walls, is on the 5th floor and directly by the elevator and here is how it works as I return home:
In elevator on 1st floor the door remains locked (I'm inside the geofence but I'm not in bluetooth range of the door)
In elevator on 5th floor, as the elevator reaches the 5th floor and the door opens I am now in bluetooth range AND I'm inside the geofence so my lock unlocks automatically
After entering the apartment the lock autolocks after a specified interval
As I go to the back of the apartment I drop out of bluetooth range but I'm still in the geofence, so the lock doesn't register me as being away. Since I'm not away, auto unlock does not apply. It will only work when I'm re-entering from outside of the geofence AND I get close enough to the door to be in bluetooth range as well. Shutting off your phone or going into airplane mode also doesn't seem to trigger any false unlocks. This has been my experience. I don't think I've ever found the lock to be unlocked when it should have been locked. Sometimes, however, auto unlock will fail to work. There is certainly an algorithm controlling the unlock behavior and I'd say it is tuned in fairly well.