Manufacturing Company Launches Medical Cart Locking System

A Grand Rapids-based medical storage company has rolled out a new remote access lockout system for medical carts.

InnerSpace, a Solaire Medical company, has unveiled its new InterConnect locking system, which will allow medical professionals to remotely access and manage the security of medical storage carts.

When connected to Wi-Fi and the InnerSpace Smart Solutions cloud platform, InterConnect Lock Plus allows administrators to manage the security of their entire fleet of carts from anywhere, ensuring access and maintenance of medical carts safely.

“InterConnect provides healthcare administrators with more information and a more secure and efficient experience,” said Ben Barber, CEO of InnerSpace. “Combined with Smart Solutions, InterConnect Plus makes it easy to change security credentials and auto-lock times, as well as identify who has access to each cart. Being able to manage credentials at the touch of a button saves time and provides additional security at the cart level. »

The InterConnect lock system stores up to 9,800 individual users and admin codes per fleet and features an OLED display screen designed for touch responsiveness, even when users are wearing gloves. The textured, low-gloss keyboard is designed to resist scratches and damage from cleaning.

“The need for this type of locking product has been around for a long time, but it’s cost prohibitive,” Barber said. “In many cases, a Wi-Fi-enabled lock could cost twice as much as a trolley. This upfront cost has pushed older solutions out of the market. Our cloud-based subscription service offers a more affordable option that also allows administrators to save time in the safety management of the truck fleet. »

When connected to Wi-Fi, InterConnect Plus allows users to submit a request to team members for easy cart maintenance and replenishment. InterConnect Plus also provides automatic alerts for low battery, lost network connectivity and a downloadable report tracking cart access, alerts and users.