Morse Watchmans unveils KeyWatcher control solutions at GSX 2021

Morse Watchmans will be exhibiting at this year’s GSX show, featuring new key control and management solutions at booth #1714. The company’s KeyWatcher Touch will be displayed with a new Generation 3 CPU that reportedly provides improved performance, and faster user interface and improved synchronisation times. The new Gen3 CPU upgrade is also available to current KeyWatcher Touch users for fast and easy enhancement of installed systems.

“Nothing can replace face-to-face contact with our customers and partners,” said Tim Purpura, VP of Global Sales and Marketing, Morse Watchmans. “For that reason, we made the decision to exhibit at GSX, while also maintaining all careful protocols to support health and safety. We are looking forward to having in-person conversations and demonstrating our latest new key management solutions and product enhancements to the GSX audience.”

Morse Watchmans’ KeyWatcher Touch key management system features a 7″ touchscreen with an easy-to-use interface and patented SmartKey system with KeyAnywhere technology, reportedly making it simple to withdraw and return a key securely to any key cabinet in an enterprise. The solution offers the convenience of scheduled PDF reports that are emailed to authorised recipients. Email delivery of customised or standard reports can be scheduled for any specific time or frequency and they can be accessed using the Morse Watchmans smartphone app. System administrators have access to view or run reports as needed. The system also enables security management to notify a user via email when a key becomes overdue.

According to the company, the new KeyWatcher Gen3 CPU further improves performance and increases user interface and sync times on new and existing models, effectively allowing more KeyWatcher Touch systems to be connected for added scalability. Additional features include 64GB of on-board data back-up, full Windows 10 OS with built-in functionality for Morse Watchmans remote technical support, full support for gigabit networks, and cable connections now possible up to 100 feet.


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