From pharmaceuticals to documents to electronic devices or forensic evidence, maintaining security for various assets can be paramount to compliance in some organizations. New locks, lockers and access devices are designed to make compartment security more user-friendly.


ASSA ABLOY's Stand-Alone Cabinet Locks Provides Cost-Effective Asset Management for Commercial & Residential Applications

The battery-powered HES K20 and KP20 Stand-Alone Cabinet Locks from ASSA ABLOY Electronic Security Hardware offer cost-effective secure storage for residential and home installations, featuring sophisticated styling and convenience for lockers, sliding and swinging drawers and doors. The cabinet locks are designed for the protection of pharmaceuticals, documents and electronics. 

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Morse Watchmans' New Asset Management System Sends Alerts, Tracks Assets Through RFID Lockers

The RFID-powered asset management system, AssetWatcher from Morse Watchmans, gives security leaders control over important assets such as mobile devices, weapons, tools and more. The locker system supports over 10,000 users on a single system, and the RFID technology enables users to track who is removing or replacing an asset, along with when and where in the system the asset has been taken from or placed into. The system features SMS and email notification, multi-site operation, multi-user capability and scheduled reporting.

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Southco, Inc.'s Bluetooth Controller Adds Bluetooth Access Management & Virtual Keys

The EA-BT BLUETOOTH Controller from Southco, Inc., allows Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as smartphones or tablets, to be used as a credential for wirelessly actuating an electronic lock. Virtual keys are sent wirelessly to a smart device through a remote web portal. The system features multi-level encryption, and can read a smartphone credential from 30 feet away. The system enables intelligent, concealed electronic locks to protect and secure valuable information and assets with a digital record of access.

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