Individually Allocated Smart Lockers
analytics of how lockers are being used.
HOW IT WORKS
Managers upload staff Ids into the online locker manager.
Allocate a locker online, or by a kiosk.
The lock updates to allow access to the user card
Users can access the locker using their ID card.
View usage information in the online analytics package.
Allocated Smart Lockers
Allocate your staff lockers using the online system and gain realtime analytics of how lockers are being used
Combine your lockers with your existing access cards to reduce the hassle of managing, issuing and using locker keys.
A kiosk can be included, giving your team a place to self-allocate a locker. A printed ticket is collected, so staff don't forget their locker number
The system monitors your employees use of allocated lockers, allowing you to keep track of locker usage and create reports.
On average only 60% of allocated lockers are used, eLocker lets you reduce your locker fleet and claim back your prime real estate.
The ‘mini’ retrofit smart lock is built for offices, education and retail, where the main focus is the aesthetics of the lock. It is built to look as pretty as possible
The standard ‘chunky’ retrofit smart lock is built for warehouses, factories and industrial environments where a more resilient lock is needed
allocated smart lockers
If you’re curious about how your lockers are being used, you can use our locker management system to manipulate usage data and get a more factual (and less emotional) sense of locker use
Save money and get up and running quicker by upgrading your
existing lockers with our retrofit lock. Alternatively, we provide you with
a ready-made smart locker solutoin.
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Tell us a bit more about your business and use case, then our experts will guide you through the process to see if smart locks are a good fit for you.
You asked questions about our smart locker systems, we answered. Here are the top 5 questions we get about eLocker
Existing smart lockers in the market are wired and eLocker is wireless.
Having wires connecting locks to the internet limits where you can install them use and makes them complicated to install.
Our wireless smart locks can be fitted to existing locker hardware and these retrofitted lockers can be placed anywhere, this is because our full solution is wireless.
We even have a mobile app that staff can use to open lockers remotely
eLocker can save you space by using analytics and usage data to optimise the use of locker space.
For example, if a company knows that staff only come in to the office 2-3 times a week, they reduce the number of lockers on site.
Additionally, eLocker can detect when a locker is in use.
This information can be used to determine which lockers are used most often and which ones could be repurposed or removed completely.
On average we find customers only need 20-30% of lockers. To headcount.
In Short, 5 – 10 years
We know that companies offering wired locker solutions say that you will end up replacing batteries in wireless locks every 6 months.
However, we can confirm, with a 70 page report on battery usage and with a large amount of confidence that this information is incorrect!
In theory, our standard smart locks will last up to 20 years with a set of 3 x AA batteries. In practice we expect them to last between 5 -10 years
We have a few options in the system. The first is the least amount of data possible, where we only store a card number and an ID number for a person, such as a payroll or employee number.
The second option is to use, what we like to call ‘business card data’. Basically, no more information than can be found on the internet; first name, last name, email.
This is the standard amount of information we store on the system for users – We can also add mobile phone numbers in the system if required.
eLocker is fully GDPR compliant so any data you do store with us is completely safe.