How iLockerz Work
iLockerz keyless locker systems for device charging and smart lockers for equipment loans improve productivity, effectiveness and visitor experience
Below is a short video showing how the iLockerz RFiD locker systems work
iLockerz RFID enabled lockers, rooms and cabinets allow your organisation to securely and effectively track and manage the assets, objects and equipment that is important to its effective operation.
iLockerz RFiD systems are accessed by entering a pin code into the touch screen control panel or by swiping and access control card at the reader below it. The iLockerz software will then scan the in-built database and swiftly establish the permission rights of said individual. Should the user be authorised to remove equipment from iLockerz at that time, access will be granted.
Upon retrieval of an asset, the smart lockers automatically record a unique time and date stamp alongside a colour photograph of the user that was granted access. Through the use of pioneering RFiD technology, iLockerz will also recognise each of the assets stored within individually and therefore log those that leave against the user's account on both the touch screen and web based software.
This information is then stored, and may be retrieved at any time remotely over Wi-Fi, through the internal LAN network or via the touch screen control panel.
iLockerz can secure, track, manage and audit your important equipment from as little as a few pounds per asset.
RFiD locker systems may be purchased or leased.
What is RFiD?
RFiD stands for Radio Frequency IDentification. RFiD consists of antenna and small chips known as RFiD tags or iTagz. The job of the tag is to contain data (in our case a unique serial number) that can be recorded against a piece of equipment within the iLockerz software, and the job of the antenna is to emit radio waves that are then received back to feed the software with current equipment location and information.
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Below is a short video showing how the iLockerz Bring Your Own Device locker systems work
BYOD locker systems allow your organisation to offer an automated and secure location for visitors, staff and students to securely store and re-charge personal items such as mobile phones and other valuables within.
iLockerz BYOD lockers can be configured to allow registered users (i.e. students or staff) to request access to a secure locker by entering a pin code into the touch screen control panel or by swiping an access control card that is known to a central database such as Active Directory at the reader below it.
For public spaces iLockerz may also be configured to allow any person to request the use of a locker by simply setting up their own pin code before being given access to an available locker.
Once access has been granted to the software a user may request the use of an available locker that befits their specific requirements. At this stage the requested locker door lock will be released and personal items can be stored within. Internal split charging cables or 3 pin plug sockets may be used to re-charge personal devices if present within the compartment.
A user may then close the secure door in that locker, walk away from the system and continue with their day safe in the knowledge that assets, luggage, devices, mobile phones etc are secure and available for collection at their discretion.
To retrieve an asset or "empty my locker" a user may either log back into the touch screen control panel using the unique pin code that they have previously set, or swipe the access control card previously used.
All transaction information is automatically stored within the iLockerz web based management software and may be retrieved at any time remotely over Wi-Fi, through the internal LAN network or via the touch screen control panel by an administrator.
iLockerz BYOD locker systems can be operated as a free to use or pay to use service for both pre-registered users and/or random users depending on the setup of the iLockerz software.
BYOD locker systems may be purchased, leased or hired.
What is BYOD?
BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device and refers to the policy of permitting employees, students and visitors to bring personally owned devices (laptops, tablets, and smart phones) to a workplace or school or similar and to use those devices to access privileged information and applications that reside on the network. In our case the Bring Your Own Device iLockerz are intelligent electronic locker systems that allow users to store and charge personal devices, assets and equipment within secure locker compartments for short periods of time.
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