CaptureTech Key Management Solution

This system using radio frequency identification (RFID) and barcode technology enables users to more efficiently, securely, and reliably manage keys, says the company.

System leverages RFID and barcode technology to help users efficiently, securely and reliably issue and collect keys

Baltimore, MD - Barcoding, Inc. announces the availability of the CaptureTech Key Management Solution, a system using radio frequency identification (RFID) and barcode technology to enable users to more efficiently, securely, and reliably manage keys. Barcoding is now selling, deploying, and supporting the CaptureTech automated Key Management Solution, an ideal system for any organization that issues and collects keys on a regular basis by providing greater organization, accountability and chain of custody assurance for these important assets. Developed in conjunction with CaptureTech, a Netherlands-based automatic identification specialist, the CaptureTech Key Management Solution consists of the following:

  • KeyCop: The heart of the Key Management Solution, the KeyCop is an RFID-enabled seal to which keys are attached. Tamper-evident, the KeyCop stores information, such as a specific number, in an Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) RFID tag. Users can retrieve this information by reading the number on the seal or by scanning the barcode or RFID tag.
  • Key Management Software: CaptureTech’s modular software application allows users to manage key data, including the registration of in and outbound keys and inventory. The software also provides full reporting capabilities for easy audit trail creation.
  • KeyConductor: An Electronic Key Cabinet, the KeyConductor is a system of “blades,” or shelves, that hold 12 key positions. Using either barcode or RFID technology depending on the number of keys, the KeyConductor allows authorized users to log into the system via an integrated keypad and display. The key for which the user is authorized will light up and is unlocked. Upon returning the key, the user will scan its barcode or RFID tag, and insert the key back into its respective blade.

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