Anaheim, CA (April 25, 2018) – Morse Watchmans, the established leader in fleet key control and asset management systems, is showcasing their KeyWatcher® Touch key management system at NAFA 2018 Institute and Expo (booth #112) in Anaheim. The company is also displaying AssetWatcher, the asset management solution that utilizes RFID technology along with their proven KeyWatcher interface and technology to manage and store valuable assets.
“Morse Watchmans is excited to bring AssetWatcher and KeyWatcher Touch to NAFA 2018,” said Fernando Pires, CEO, Morse Watchmans. “We’ve taken many of the features our customers rely on with KeyWatcher and adapted them for use with fleet assets, while bringing updates and higher functionality to KeyWatcher. We’re excited to share these new features and our new technology with attendees at NAFA.”
Morse Watchmans’ KeyWatcher Touch key management solution utilizes a touch screen and their patented SmartKey system with KeyAnywhere technology to make it simple to return a key to any key cabinet in an enterprise. KeyWatcher also includes a key grouping feature that can help to ensure that all cars in a fleet are driven equally and a notes feature that makes it easy to denote any vehicle issues.
Morse Watchmans is also showcasing AssetWatcher, their flexible, scalable, and highly capable RFID-enabled locker system. Perfect for tools, mobile devices and other valuable items, it can easily support more than 10,000 users on a single system and is configurable in three usage modes for flexible usage. AssetWatcher’s RFID technology allows you to easily track who is removing or replacing an asset, as well as when and where in the system the asset has been taken from or placed. Proven features of KeyWatcher, including email notifications, multi-site operation, and multi-user capability, bring the highest levels of security and capability to AssetWatcher.
Updates to KeyWatcher Touch for 2018 include a new database design, a desktop fingerprint reader that allows users to enroll fingerprints through TrueTouch software, and the ability to utilize multiple KeyWatcher Touch server instances with a single SQL database.