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Tool control

25 January 2013

Traka has adapted its key management solutions to control and audit the use of electronic tool cabinets. At the heart of the Traka system is an iFob, a robust device that contains intelligent chips and which can be

Traka has adapted its key management solutions to control and audit the use of electronic tool cabinets.

At the heart of the Traka system is an iFob, a robust device that contains intelligent chips and which can be attached to existing keys with a security seal, or be used as the key itself. The iFob then becomes a key with a memory, which records where and when it was used, expiring after a predetermined time. Crucially, it is a key that can't be copied. From the audit trail produced, it's easy to see who has accessed tools, either by making an enquiry at the Traka cabinet, or by using Traka32 support software.

If the iFob is used as the key, it will only activate designated pieces of equipment.
 
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