The Key Safe Company, a leading security and access management specialist, will be making its debut at Intersec in Dubai to showcase two new innovations to the worldwide market.
Key Safe will join the world's leading event for emergency services, security, and safety from January 16-18, 2024, at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
The company are pioneers in key safe technology, storing keys and critical information at the point of access for sectors ranging from police and fire services to holiday lets and home care, having been the first to bring key storage to the UK care industry via its best-selling Supra C500 product.
Key Safe will showcase two of its new innovations at Intersec across all three days on Stand S3-B43 in the UK Pavilion, including the ark Tamo key safe from its police preferred range.
Tamo is the world’s most secure mechanical key safe which offers enhanced reliability to users as it does not require batteries or a power source. It provides the functionality of a digital key safe by offering 9.7m code combinations – a world first for a mechanical lock – and illuminated buttons and vault for easy night time access.
Key Safe is also showcasing its innovative KiCall, which shares critical access information at the point of need on a secure cloud-based platform.
Founder and CEO David Ogden said:
“We are incredibly excited to be at Intersec 2024. We’ve been regular attendees in the past, but this will be the first time we’ve exhibited.“As a company, we are no stranger to firsts. We were the first to launch a police-approved key safe in the UK with our Supra C500, the first to launch a multi-push key safe with our Tamo products, the first to achieve A10 attack test rating from LPCB on a mechanical key safe and B1 on the upcoming Tamo Pro, and Europe’s first ISO-approved company to sell key safes.
“We have led the way in access management solutions for almost 30 years and now, utilising our in-house mechanical and electrical design teams, we are proud to be showcasing market-pioneering UK innovation with two unique systems which react to market demand.”
Tamo is certified as the world's most secure push-button key safe and the only mechanical key safe to achieve the LPS1175 Issue 8 A10 security rating from the Loss Prevention Certification Board.
It is the world's first multi-push keypad, providing a total of 9.7 million unique secure code combinations which is the first time this has been achieved in a mechanical lock.
This is significant as it provides the largest number of possible code combinations a digital key safe offers, with the added reliability of a mechanical mechanism, meaning batteries or a power source are not needed to work effectively, unlike its digital competitors.
KiCall’s intuitive system utilises QR code technology to direct users to a secure cloud-based platform which hosts public or private information through two-factor authentication.
The new product offers a universal solution to everything from safe door access codes and first-aid advice, to critical information for emergency services; with both products demonstrating The Key Safe Company’s market-pioneering design and innovation, led by almost 30 years of expertise.
David added: “Our Tamo range of products are game changing as they’re the world’s first multi-push mechanical key safe which are the most reliable – and customers rely on this product working every time as it can save lives. If a battery runs out or digital solutions have complications, people’s lives can be at stake, but this is not a concern with the Tamo product range.
“No other mechanical key safe comes close in terms of offering unapparelled levels of reliability and security, built to police preferred specification by ‘Secured by Design’ – the official UK Police security initiative.
“Our background has always been storing the key at the point of need, but through KiCall, we now offer the ability to log activity and store information at the point of need too which is a direct response to scenarios given to us by clients, where they have required information to be passed – for instance – to a property manager needing access codes to a vacant unit, or patient details for a nurse delivering in-house care.”
The Key Safe Company was founded in 1996 and is based in Worcester, UK.
It designs, produces and markets a wide range of security products including police-preferred key safes, secure cabinets, access control systems, key cabinets and padlocks, selling more than three million products worldwide.
For more information, visit The Key Safe Company's website.