KeyWatcher® Touch & KeyWatcher TrueTouch Loaded with Performance Advantages.Oxford, CT (August 25, 2011) – Morse Watchmans, the security industry’s premier manufacturer of key control and asset management solutions, today announced its newest key control product solution. The KeyWatcher Touch is a powerful key control and management system that targets enterprise-level applications as well as smaller applications and KeyWatcher TrueTouch is the accompanying software, designed to run all programming, remote functions and reports.
The new system will be unveiled at next month’s ASIS 2011 Conference and Trade Show in Orlando, Florida, September 19th-22nd, 2011. Visitors to the Morse Watchmans booth will have the opportunity to win an Apple® iPod® Touch as part of the introduction promotion.
“The KeyWatcher Touch hardware and KeyWatcher TrueTouch software represent our next generation of advanced key control solutions for a growing and maturing marketplace,” said Fernando Pires, VP Sales and Marketing, Morse Watchmans. “We are pleased to offer these new additions, which give our customers an even larger selection with all the performance, value and functionality they have come to expect from Morse Watchmans.”
The KeyWatcher Touch is engineered around a new CPU board with a built-in SD card slot, USB connectivity 10/100 Ethernet and audio output jack. Convenient user features include a 7& touchscreen on the front panel, access via anoptical fingerprint reader and card reader (complete with alarm and access control integration capability), as well as larger on-screen buttons and an easier to use interface that offers step by step instructions. Keys available for access can be called up on the screen and &My Keys Out& and &Find Key& are additional new operations that provide users with the location of a specified key, which keys have not been returned and when the key will become overdue.
KeyWatcher TrueTouch software offers control and management of the system including programming, remote functions and reporting with the server as the primary interface for the client software and database maintenance.