London, England (March 6, 2018) – Morse Watchmans, the industry leader in key control and asset management systems, is showcasing their KeyWatcher® Touch key management system at the Security and Counter Terrorism Expo this week (Stand C36) in London. The company is also presenting AssetWatcher, their asset management solution which uses proven KeyWatcher technology to manage valuable assets.
“Morse Watchmans is excited to demo AssetWatcher at the Security and Counter Terrorism Expo this week,” said Fernando Pires, CEO at Morse Watchmans. “Many of the features that make KeyWatcher valuable to so many customers have been implemented alongside RFID technology in order to track valuable assets. We’re eager to share our innovative asset management solution with the visitors at CTX.”
AssetWatcher is a flexible, scalable, and highly capable RFID-enabled locker system that supports more than 10,000 users on a single system and is configurable in three usage modes. Its 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. Many of the proven features of KeyWatcher bring the highest security and capability to AssetWatcher, including email notifications, multi-site operation, and multi-user capability.
Alongside the AssetWatcher system, Morse Watchmans is showcasing their flagship KeyWatcher Touch key management system, utilizing a touch screen and their patented SmartKey system with KeyAnywhere technology that makes it simple to return a key to any key cabinet in an enterprise. 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.
“Our industry-leading KeyWatcher Touch system is now even more capable,” said Mr. Pires. “We’re excited to demo these improvements that have continued to make KeyWatcher a leader in key management technology.”