You keys are put on a KeyCop so that they can be managed electronically with the KeyConductor. The KeyCop is a fob which is securely attached to one or more keys. The KeyCop’s unique number is also engraved onto it by laser as a barcode and number.
The KeyCop is central to the key control system. To collect KeyCops, employees log on in the electronic key cabinet by means of a code, a pass or a tag. Once the authorised key is selected, it is unlocked and the key position is lit up. The Pick-to-Light system shows which KeyCop needs to be taken.
When the keys are brought back, the employee scans the barcode. The position then lights up where the key belongs. The lock closes immediately once the key is put back, so it can’t be taken again or replaced.
No more time-consuming administrative tasks
Monitor critical keys and avoid major consequences in case of loss
Mapping and monitoring all keys within your organisation
Complete overview of current events, notifications and reports
Compatible with various applications and all common access control systems
Make issuance and return of keys available 24/7
Registration, control and reporting
How many keys do you manage? And who owns which key? With the WebManager web-based application, you manage your complete key management. We can host the WebManager in the cloud.
So you do not need to set up your own server and only need a web browser and internet connection to use the application.
Does your organisation already work with Facility Management Software or an access control system and would you like the KeyConductor to integrate flawlessly with this software to further automate your business processes?
Our team of developers will be happy to help you streamline business processes. Using an API, we link existing data such as users or keys with the WebManager and your existing software.
Smart key control system for stores at Schiphol. There are 1,7000 users in total who have secure access to more than 100 sets of keys.
In the transition to hybrid working, Voka Oost-Vlaanderen decided to optimise the control of keys and business equipment by using the CapLocker and KeyConductor.
For several years now, the police corps in Turnhout has been making use of an electronic key cabinet for the keys for vehicles, bicycles, technical areas and the arms room.
Turnhout local police