Morse Watchmans Revolutionizes Storage Systems With SmartKey® Locker Systems.
Customized Solution Controls Weapons, Notebook Computers, Radios, Cash Trays and More.
Anaheim, CA (September 21, 2009) – Following a successful debut earlier this year, SmartKey® Locker Systems from Morse Watchmans, the security industry’s premier manufacturer of key control solutions, are featured this week at ASIS 2009. SmartKey Locker Systems, designed to secure, track and control items such as notebook computers, weapons, hand-held radios, cash trays and PDAs, have revolutionized locker storage by providing a customizable solution that can communicate with integrated security systems.
“SmartKey Locker Systems offer users more choices and greater flexibility for securing larger sized and/or more valuable items,” said Fernando Pires, VP Sales and Marketing, Morse Watchmans. “It’s a unique solution that was developed based on the success of the large locker KeyWatcher® systems, and our SmartKey Locker Systems have been receiving similar success in the marketplace.”
SmartKey Locker Systems are engineered for complete integration with other business systems such as access control to provide more accurate monitoring capability. For example, e-mail alerts can inform management if someone fails to return an object taken from a SmartKey Locker before they leave for the day. The system has a built-in RS-232 communications port for direct connectivity to printers or other devices, or network connectivity via Ethernet.
SmartKey Locker Systems enable customers to maintain best-in-breed security solutions without the need to overhaul or replace costly installations. The systems are scalable to expand as a user’s needs grow, whether starting with a single cabinet or configuring a system with multiple cabinets. Each additional unit can be controlled by a single console and monitored by the Key-Pro software, a PC application that lets system managers establish permission levels for various User Codes and monitor data from any desktop connected to a network.