Supra, a Salem, Oregon-based global provider of mobile credentialing and entry management systems, as per recent reports this week, has announced additional new features to its compact and rugged TRAC-Mini controller. According to Supra, these new features enhance lock management capabilities in diverse offline locations ranging from remote outdoor telecom sites to indoor office file drawers.
With these additional new features enabled in the TRAC-Mini controller, the capabilities of the Supra TRACcess system, which leverages mobile credentials and Bluetooth technology to authorize personnel access to facilities, properties, and devices virtually anywhere, are further extended.
“The rugged TRAC-Mini controller can be used indoors or out, and its small size fits on drawers, doors and equipment racks,” states Fayyad Sbaihat, president, Supra and Onity. “It’s a great solution for places where adding tracked access control was previously impractical or impossible, including places with no cellular coverage.”
The TRACcess Manager Cloud-based administration included in the Supra TRACcess system transmits authorized access permissions to the TRACcess eKEY app installed in the user’s Apple or Android device. The eKEY app then by leveraging the Bluetooth tech, communicates with the TRAC-Mini controller.
Furthermore, the system allows operators to monitor access activity online or via email alerts, or generate routine reports. The TRACcess system also includes a TRAC-Guard padlock for use on remote gates and doors.