News / 04-Aug-2017
Captured Tech Partnership with APSG

Key Conductor

What is a Key Conductor?

The Key Conductor, developed by Capture Tech, is a solution for key storage management. Essentially, it is an electronic key cabinet. The Key Conductor is available with barcode scanning or with RFID.

You can choose a configuration that suits your organization’s business or operation. The Key Conductor is designed on the basis of horizontal ‘blades’. A blade is a metal strip containing the Key Conductor technology, with 12 key positions. Various cabinet sizes with different numbers of blades are available. The system can be expanded easily.

An important choice is the one for barcode scanning or Radio Frequency Identification (RFID).

Key Conductor benefits

– Fully automatic key issue and collection, no human supervision required
– Easy Configuration by enhanced software
– Improved security: restricted access in time and space
– Contactless and equipped with barcode technology or RFID
– The KeyCop is available as a wired seal for high security environments but also as a reusable hasp version for infinite re-use
– Integration with existing proximity card and/or swipe card system
– Scalable up to thousands of keys

High Security or Re-usable technology

For high security environments, such as APSG Cash in Transit operations, the KeyCop is utilized as a single use security seal. APSG Operations issue the keys to Custodian Resources and their shift commencement who return them at the end of the business day .

Improved security

The Key Conductor contributes to a real-time overview of APSG organization’s keys, providing comfort and peace of mind. With the Key Conductor, your keys are always used by authorized APSG assigned employees where and when you want.

Restricted access to your APSG keys improves security for our businesses across our group.

Picking up keys

How does Key Conductor work?

Picking Up Keys

The Key Conductor’s integrated keyboard and display are used to log in and select the required key(s). Only if the person is authorized, the door is unlocked; the KeyCop(s) lights up and is unlocked.

Returning keys

Scanning the barcode on the KeyCop(s) with the integrated barcode scanner, the key position where the KeyCop should be placed lights up. After insertion, the KeyCop is locked immediately. This makes it impossible to remove or change its location.

Full audit trail and inventory

The Key Conductor keeps a real-time log of all issued and returned keys. As a result, your key inventory is always up-to-date. You can retrieve this so-called audit trail on the display of the Key Conductor, over your network or download it onto a USB stick.