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1 Questor an innovative solution by central control

2 Questor, © Kaba The Questor high security lock is born out of a customer need to prevent frauds by modern organized delinquency With its innovative operating mode, the lock increases security for live and valuables significantly But the main task the Questor is to remote control the opening authorization of safes giving a full and centralized traceability. Its simplicity in usage results in saving a large amount of money for servicing and operation Questor, innovative security solution

3 Questor, © Kaba Grief with keys? … then, its you were addressing! Questor, innovative security solution

4 Questor, © Kaba And what about codes? Are they always kept secret? Are they changed regularly? Is the coding secure enough? When codes are not needed, are they always being erased? Does every code really belong to only one user? Questor, innovative security solution

5 Questor, © Kaba QUESTOR Questor, innovative security solution Patent pending

6 Questor, © Kaba OTC, the right solution! OTC means OTC codes can only be used once An OTC code is not valid for a second opening anymore Generated OTC codes change every time Once used, the OTC code expires Questor, innovative security solution

7 Questor, © Kaba QUESTOR uses ICS! ICS means ICS uses OTC codes ICS requires the user to be on site at the lock ICS is a new Kaba security concept Questor, innovative security solution

8 Questor, © Kaba The QUESTOR lock has two operating modes Mode Interactive Code System Standard (bank) mode The lock can operate in either one or the other mode but never in both modes at the same time! Operating modes

9 Questor, © Kaba Interactive Code System operating mode... Interactive Code System Requires a dispatching center (or computer) Controls lock openings by remote Does not require any wiring to the lock at all Allows a total traceability of all events

10 Questor, © Kaba The dispatching center consists of... A computer Management software Electronic protection keys (USB dongles) Dispatching center

11 Questor, © Kaba ICS mode works... At the dispatching center, users and locks are registered Each lock is identified by its unique serial number Users are identified by a four digits ID User IDs can be created, changed and deleted at any time by the dispatching center ICS mode

12 Questor, © Kaba ICS mode ICS mode works... At the lock, the user inserts its four digits ID The lock answers with a question which the user transmits to the dispatching center After the introduction of the question in the management software, a One Time Opening Combination (OTC) is issued by the software When the lock is closed again, the Questor generates a close seal which must be transmitted to the dispatching center

13 Questor, © Kaba Mister Smith, 6053 ICS examples for ICS mode operation: At the dispatching center, in the management software, mister Smith has the user ID 6053 dispatching center

14 Questor, © Kaba ICS example The lock is waiting for a user ID input...

15 Questor, © Kaba User Identification ICS example At the lock, the user inserts its unique user ID Mister Smith, 6053 input 6053

16 Questor, © Kaba ICS example The lock displays a request code (question) Mister Smith,

17 Questor, © Kaba The lock is in count down, waiting for the input of the opening code ICS example lock displays count down for code entry maximum 2`30``

18 Questor, © Kaba ICS example During this time, mister Smith transmits the question to the dispatching center Mister Smith dispatching center

19 Questor, © Kaba ICS example The dispatching center returns a one time valid opening combinations (OTC) Mister Smith answer dispatching center

20 Questor, © Kaba ICS example Mister Smith inserts the opening combination into the lock Mister Smith

21 Questor, © Kaba programmable from 1 to 99 ICS example If the opening combination is valid, the lock starts the counting down the opening time delay and then opens

22 Questor, © Kaba ICS example After the lock has been closed again, it will automatically display a close seal lock displays close seal

23 Questor, © Kaba ICS example Mister Smith transmits the close seal to the dispatching center Mister Smith dispatching center

24 Questor, © Kaba programmable from 1 to 99 ICS example The lock automatically blocks itself for a specified period of time (non return time delay)

25 Questor, © Kaba ICS example If under duress, mister smith can modify the procedure of inserting his user ID User Identification Mister Smith,

26 Questor, © Kaba ICS example The lock answers, like normal, by displaying a request code (question). The system is aware of the duress situation. Mister Smith

27 Questor, © Kaba ICS example By remote, a one time valid combination with duress time delay is dispatched Mister Smith

28 Questor, © Kaba ICS advantages ICS mode has the following advantages Dispatch an opening combination only in interaction with the dispatching center The opening combination is limited in time Silent alarms for duress or attack are transmitted to the dispatching center Full traceability of all events in the lock and at the dispatching center

29 Questor, © Kaba The QUESTOR concept does not use: keyselectronic identifierswires ICS advantages

30 Questor, © Kaba « standard » mode Operates like a standard electronic combination lock Different access levels (master, manager, user) Time delays, opening windows Porgrammable in- and outputs Audit (event memory) with > 4800 lines Standard mode

31 Questor, © Kaba Codes

32 Questor, © Kaba Large iconographic display : format AM/PM text attention ! battery status lock status date / time functions delayscodesaudit miscellaneous Display

33 Questor, © Kaba A few technical specifications : Bolt and motor position controlled by infrared sensors Low power consumption Perpetual clock Integrated alarm connections Bolt manipulation detection Technical specifications

34 Questor, © Kaba A few more technical specifications : Dual mode operation (4-eyes) Opening counter Silent alarm Two level audio signal (beeper) Door contact input Technical specifications

35 Questor, © Kaba Programming Programming by lock keypad or software Activation by software +

36 Questor, © Kaba Based on the SL 525, the QUESTOR offers: Motorized bolt Standard size (magic module) Large display Multiple languages facilities And lots of other functions Features

37 Questor, © Kaba Summer / winter time change Automated daylight saving time

38 Questor, © Kaba weapons pharmaceuticals key deposit safe ATM fire drop safe private Dispatch Center Installation The QUESTOR is appropriate for all safes

39 Questor, © Kaba Applications For Cash In Transit companies

40 Questor, © Kaba For local and federal police branches Applications

41 Questor, © Kaba For military applications Applications

42 Questor, © Kaba For security companies Applications

43 Questor, © Kaba For secret services Applications

44 Questor, © Kaba Questor is certified by : a product of Certifications

45 Questor, © Kaba QUESTOR is based upon : A new KABA security philosophy A new, unique operating mode A significant increase in security Big reduction in cost of ownership High level of security Key facts

46 Questor, © Kaba Authorize and control the access to all your safes by remote, without any wire, thanks to QUESTOR

47 Thank you for your attention

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