CLIQ - ASSA ABLOY

ASSA ABLOY, the global provider of door opening solutions, has unveiled the latest integrated security and asset management technologies it will be showcasing for the emergency services and defence sector at IFSEC 2018. Held at ExCeL London on the 19 – 21 June, visitors to stand F320 in Hall S7 at IFSEC 2018 will discover the latest innovations to help ‘access smarter thinking’ for those operating in the emergency services and defence sector, as well as many other key markets.

The organisation’s leading Traka brand will be presenting its extensive range of key cabinets and locker systems that link to Traka Web. An innovative software for centrally managing Traka’s key and locker systems, Traka Web allows organisations to easily control and audit those that have accessed valuable keys and assets.

Traka Web is a truly scalable enterprise solution, helping companies to streamline security operations while saving time and money

V-Touch key management system

The software can be conveniently managed from smartphones, tablets and PCs. Supporting an unlimited number of keys or assets, Traka Web is a truly scalable enterprise solution, helping companies to streamline security operations while saving time and money, as well as increasing operational efficiency.

In addition to Traka’s well-known key management systems and tablet, laptop and gun lockers, the brand will also be exhibiting its new V-Touch key system. Delivering assured control for critical keys at multiple locations, the V-Touch key management system has been designed in a compact unit, for where space is at a premium, without compromising on functionality. It can operate either in standalone mode or with network capabilities via Traka Web, providing an enterprise management solution.

Traka solutions help minimise operational costs, reduce allocation time, increase productivity and ensure the efficient use of company assets"

Minimise operational costs

Traka’s intelligent lockers and key cabinets can also be fully integrated with many access control systems. This includes systems such as ASSA ABLOY ARX, CLIQ and Genetec. Martin Woodhouse, International Sales Director at Traka, said: “IFSEC 2018 offers an international platform to demonstrate how our solutions provide tangible returns on investment across multiple markets, including the emergency services and defence sector.

Traka solutions help minimise operational costs, reduce allocation time, increase productivity and ensure the efficient use of company assets, while offering a full audit trail.

As well as the emergency and defence sector, Traka’s solutions can also be used in different market sectors like education, finance, healthcare, retail, utilities, manufacturing and hospitality sectors.

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