Keytroller, LLC (Keytroller) a leading supplier of Electronic Safety Devices for Forklifts and Equipment is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a GSA Schedule 84: (GS-07F-043BA). Keytroller is now certified to supply it's three different access monitoring systems that can be enabled by access key code or RFID/TWIC cards used by many Federal and Government Agencies. Acknowledging the growth in federal spending through the GSA, Keytroller has listed their Forklift and Heavy Equipment access monitoring systems on the government's website electronic ordering system, GSA Advantage!"This contract opens up significantly more markets throughout our country and affords us an opportunity to provide Federal, State and Local agencies and US military with the most advanced wireless and OSHA compliant equipment access monitoring systems available"
states Terry Wickman, President at Keytroller, LLC. He adds: "this contract will expand our reach and access to our products as we can now offer them reliable equipment access and monitoring products at attractive fixed government pricing."
All three of Keytroller's access monitoring devices can be ordered for reading conventional RFID cards or the government's TWIC RFID Card-Access Systems
The GSA Schedule Contract, also referred to as the Federal Supply Schedule or GSA Contract, is a Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Contract administered by the General Services Administration (GSA). The GSA Schedule Contract is the most widely used government contract vehicle. In fiscal year 2012 federal, state, and local government spent over $37 billion through GSA Contracts.To obtain the GSA contract---Keytroller had to meet the following criteria:
Keytroller is now eligible to sell to the following agencies via the GSA contract schedule:
- Exhibit financial Stability
- Past Performance
- Products Commercially Available
- Products Compliant with the Trade Agreements Act. End product must be manufactured or substantially altered within the U.S. or a "designated country" as defined by the Trade Agreements Act.
KEYTROLLER ACCESS MONITORING DEVICES available through GSA: ADVANCED WIRELESS SYSTEMS: KEYTROLLER LCD-601
- Federal Agencies
- The 50 United States
- Towns and townships
- Public authorities (including public or Indian housing agencies under the United States Housing Act of 1937)
- School districts + Colleges and other institutions of higher education
- Regional or interstate government entities
- Legislative and Judicial department
- Certain International Organizations
- Army/Air Force Exchange Service
- U.S. Postal Service
- Forest Service, U.S.
- Defense, Department of (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, National Guard)
- Army Corp of Engineers
- Disaster Recovery Purchasing
- Homeland Security, Department of
- National Transportation Safety Board
- Transportation Security Administration
Advanced vehicle access--monitoring system for large fleets. Includes: color LCD display, RFID reader and embedded WiFi. The IP67 device is super reliable and is used in tough outdoor weather extremes. Features: Keyless ignition, checklist automation, code/card expiration for training, maintenance scheduling, engine and seat belt monitoring, loaded/unloaded monitoring, speedometer, impact and speed monitoring. All data is automatically transmitted when within wireless range. Advanced FMS software programs the device settings and automatically generates reports, graphs, emails and text messages. KEYTROLLER LCD-602
Same keypad features as LCD-601 but no impact or speed capabilities. Most users of the economical LCD602 want controlled access, checklist automation and usage reporting. Because of the wireless nature of the device and automatic capabilities of the software---the LCD601 model is very automatic and very easy to manage and therefore the product of choice for large industrial fleets. Reports can be automatically generated and text messages sent to individual machines.MID-RANGE SYSTEMS: KEYTROLLER KEY-105B-SM
is our very affordable mid-range vehicle access--monitoring system used on small and medium sized fleets. It is more basic than our LCD model with---NO LCD display for checklist automation. Available in code only and code/RFID models. Features: Keyless ignition, code/card expiration for training, maintenance scheduling, engine and seat belt monitoring, impact and speed monitoring. Programmed and downloaded through direct connection or optional Bluetooth, Zigbee or WiFi radios. BASIC SYSTEMS: START-SMART SSD-215
Economy range vehicle access-monitoring system used on smaller forklift fleets. Originally designed for tough outdoor applications like skidsteers and front end loaders, the START SMART is now commonly used in applications like: personel carriers, walkie jacks, ground support equipment, aerial lifts etc. The START SMART is also available in code only and code/RFID models. Features: Keyless ignition, code/card expiration for training. Programmed manually or through USB -PC connection. Event logs are downloaded through direct connection USB only.