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VIDEO: Traka shows how to take control of assets

VIDEO: Traka shows how to take control of assets

Traka has released a video animation showing how key management can easily be put into practice by any organisation for controlling user access to a wide range of company assets.

Traka's system covers any physical asset that needs management, including fork lift trucks, data centres, company fleet vehicles, secure areas, vehicles, buildings, equipment and tools.

 At the heart of the system is the Traka iFob. These bullet-shaped devices contain a chip which provides a unique electronic ID. Once attached to an iFob, individual keys or keysets are effectively electronically tagged. Keys are permanently attached to an iFob with a robust security seal. Each iFob is then assigned a specific port within a Traka key cabinet and locked in place until released by an authorised user.

The sophisticated Traka32 software provides powerful management information enabling you to monitor, report and make significant business decisions to improve productivity and efficiency, minimise downtime and reduce operational losses. Allowing long-term records to be held and continuously updated, the software will ensure you're able to monitor and record key usage and compile a comprehensive range of management information, enabling you to:

  • Restrict access to authorised users only;
  • Control access times;
  • Record user information.

Information is stored in the Traka32 system database where it can be accessed by authorised administrators. With Traka there's no more argument about who has damaged a vehicle, received a speeding fine, or misplaced a piece of equipment – all the information you need is on file.


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