Object Management of the future
The object management of the future represents the availability of the objects without personnel deployment.
The objects are uniquely identified, therefor the usage and down times can be determined individually for each object.
Query masks on return ensure that defects are automatically forwarded to the technicians. Only operational objects will remain in the workflow.
The operator terminals can be integrated into the specialist system at any position. They can be equipped with high-resolution capacitive touch displays of sizes 7“, 10“ or 12“.
The modularity of our locker systems and the combination of classic lockers with the drawers enables a particularly high utilisation of space with best ergonomics and operability.
Our drawers are electronically controlled with automatical closing and opening. This facilitates use and prevents operating errors, such as leaving a compartment open. The fundamental advantage of drawers lies in the clearer access to the objects. This is particularly advantageous for multiple and smaller objects in one compartment, as is the case with tool management.
Our compartments can be equipped with the latest RFID technology so that several objects per compartment can be accessed simultaneously and can be identified.
Each compartment can be equipped with charging connections for 5 V, 12 V or 230 V in the large lockers.Each compartment can be equipped with charging connections for 5 V, 12 V or 230 V in the large lockers.
Workflow of the future
Wireless communication via WLAN or LTE and batteries with sufficient capacity for a full working day of operational readiness on site make important objects highly flexible in terms of organization.
This enables a self-organizing, fully documented easily monitored handout process. In a future of flexible workplaces this is the only way to organize a workflow efficiently.
The great modularity of ecos locker systems offers you huge possibilities to manage all your important objects in one system. The example on the left shows you how such a system could look like.
Lockers are equipped with a high-quality stainless steel door as standard. For a better visual inspection of the deposited objects, polycarbonate doors can also be ordered free of charge.
10 " Control Unit
Lockers with a depth of 250 mm:
The smaller 1m/4 and 1m/2 drawers are only available in blocks of 4 or 2. Their external dimensions are identical to those of the ecos depot 1m compartments.
The larger drawers are also only available in blocks. Only the outside width varies. The height and depth are the same for all blocks. Each block can be equipped with 2, 3 or 6 drawers.
12 " Control Unit
Drawers with a depth of 250 mm:
Drawers with a depth of 500 mm:
The “asset manager” has been developed for use in small business or organizations.
Together with our software modules „time management“, “reservation“, “fleet management” and “administration for external objects or keys“, most of your organizational problems are solved.
As a compact all-in-one system the “asset manager” controls objects as well as keys (see also our brochure “ecos key management”). All your valuable assets can be protected and controlled by this system.
This system is available only wall-mounted and 250 mm deep.
On request, all systems can also be supplied in the high-security version. In this variant, both the frame elements and the stainless steel doors are manufactured in a reinforced version. The gap dimesions between locker doors, drawers and emergency release bars and the respective frames are reduced to only 1 mm.
In the high security version of the m/4 and m/2 drawers, the stainless steel front panels are even 8 mm thick. The security requirements of our customers are particularly high for master keys in m/4 compartments or handguns in m/2 compartments.
Ecos drawers are equipped with electric motors which steer automatical opening and closing. Drawers will not be left open by accident.
ID-plug with key
ID-plug with key must be inserted into the compartment, which takes a little more time. With this variant, however, several keys can also be easily attached to the key ring and inserted.
RFID tag with key for easier handling
The key can simply be placed in the compartment. It is no longer necessary to insert it. With this variant, a maximum of 2 keys per compartment is recommended.
RFID tags collection
RFID-tags are required in order to clearly label the objects with a RFID serial number. Depending on the object, there is a wide variety of designs available. For small or large objects, but also special "on-metal tags" are available for attaching to metallic objects.
Multiple RFID recognition
When using multiple RFID recognition, up to 4 different objects can be uniquely identified simultaneously per compartment. In order to avoid recognition errors, it is advisable no to deposit these objects on top of each other, but to put them back separately next to each other.
drawer 1m/4 with wireless charging function according to QI standard
drawer 1m/2 with USB charging plug for small devices and 5 Volt charging socket
drawer L/6 for protective equipment with integrated RFID recognition and 12 Volt charging socket