Morse Watchmans features at Expo Seguridad 2024

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Morse Watchmans showcased its line of key control and asset management solutions at Expo Seguridad Mexico 2024, which took place between April 16-18 at the Centro Citibanamex, Mexico City.

Morse Watchman’s new Emergency Key Grab (EKG) EKG was on display, alongside additional key control and asset management solutions at stand # 1837.  

“Our presence at Expo Seguridad affords us the opportunity to engage with a diverse audience of security professionals, exchange insights and better understand the pressing security challenges faced by businesses and organisations across the region,” said Tim Purpura, VP of Global Sales and Marketing, Morse Watchmans.

The new EKG Kit centres around Morse Watchmans’ flagship electronic key control system, the KeyWatcher Touch electronic key cabinet and includes additional materials and support required to provide first responders with fast, protected access to facility keys in the event of an active shooter, natural disaster, or other emergency. 

With every complete EKG deployment, facilities benefit from both a controlled, known location for master keys as well as the implementation of a complete key control policy developed with the help of Morse Watchmans experts.

Morse Watchmans state that this significantly improves response times and effectiveness during critical incidents and gives stakeholders peace of mind, knowing that the space they are occupying is equipped with robust security measures to handle emergencies efficiently.  

The EKG Kit is ideal for any facility where lockdown procedures are enacted during critical events. This includes schools, hospitals, airports, public venues, government buildings, critical infrastructure sites, data centres, and more.

Additional product offerings on display at Expo Seguridad Mexico 2024 included KeyWatcher Fleet for automotive fleet management applications, KeyBank Touch for large quantities of keys and SmartKey Locker Touch System for the storage and tracking of larger objects.

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