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HANOR 3D System

Fogarasi,Budapest,Hungary

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The systems known as intelligent lock systems which operate with RFID, or with the combination of RFID and mechanical technology have a severe disadvantage when it comes to losing your key. Even though, these systems allow you to restrict any access with the lost key to your properties via mobile phone, the time elapsed from you losing your key to when you actually realise it is missing has already proven to be sufficient for someone to let himself in.

 

There exist systems that utilise RFID technology and operate with such a mechatronic key which allows you to change the inbuilt RFID chip physically in order to allow the key to be re-useable. These systems are more developed, (e.g., CyberLock, Legic, ILOQ) are a new construction, but are not using a new technology and therefore they still do not solve the problem of anyone in the possession of the key to the lock being able to use it instantly.

 

The recognition of this issue inspired us to find a solution in the form of developing a new, patented lock system, which utilises a brand new technology for encryption instead of-, or combined with RFID, without using any complicated mechanics.

 

The name of this new, invented technology is HANOR3D (patent PCT in 2011).

 

Its main feature is that not only one individual can use the same key to various places safely, but also the same key can safely be used by separate individuals to various places (e.g., In a housing estate's one corridor there are 6 apartments. The residents can commonly use one single key to their own apartment doors which they hang on a nail outside on the corridor. The 6 individuals - each one with different codes - can set up, code the common key to their own door. They cannot open each other's doors. If an outsider would take the key from the nail and try to open any of the doors, he would fail. This kind of security with the RFID system can only be ensured with the combined usage of a keyboard system).

 

We are planning the keys to be manufactured in two different formats: hexagonal and cylindric. Each key has 6 different colour markings and is equipped with the accessories of the aforementioned new technology.

 

On the visible part of the chip that accepts the keys on the lock surface are the same colour markings as upon the keys, only in reverse order. When the keys are inserted, electronic digital signals are generated. Using these it is possible for the lock to recognise the position of the key which, for the users, translates to 6 different colour codes: the colours on the lock surface making a pair with the colours on the key. "Pairing" here does not necessarily mean that the colours in a pair are the same, but rather the combining of colours into one unique "code" (e.g., red to red, yellow to green, etc.).

This can then further be complicated by making the access code a sequence of the pairings (e.g., red to red and then blue to green; yellow to green and then blue to red; etc.). For basic security at least a two-step sequence is recommended. Moreover, even if inserted in the same position (ie., assigned to the very same colour code), the lock is able to distinguish 46.000 individual keys. This is true to each position of the keys. Additionaly, other, already existing systems can be combined with the HANOR 3D. RFID chip or fingerprint reader can be embedded into the keys. Details about this will be mentionned further in this document.

 

The coding of the keys is possible in the following ways:

 

1. The key that is entered first in whichever chosen position, hence creating a chosen colour code, is automatically assigned by the lock as the master key. This key can then be used to code the rest of the keys to their individual, requested colour codes. This method is presented in the footage, and is most recommended in the case of a smaller user population.

 

2. In case of a larger user population (e.g., hotels, office buildings, etc.), a computer terminal can be attached with wired or wireless communication method to a lock which will code the keys with the help of a unique software installed on the computer. Within this method there is an added, unique value - it is possible to create groups for the very same key by clever coding in a minimum two-step sequence where one of the steps will be the same within one group. The remaining step(s) will still represent individual users, which is important for activity monitoring, whilst giving us the possibility of blocking/granting access to and from a whole group of individuals without having to change the access of any other groups.

 

If an RFID system has already been in use, the chips can be included in the keys. The coding method of those chips are possible with the previously alreasy existing software for RFID coding.

 

3. Areas, safes, vaults or vehicles (etc.) that require maximum security can use another centralised, automatised method for key coding by using algorithms to determine a temporary colour code to a key. This code would then be communicated to the employees of interest when necessary. A silent alarm code could also be pre-programmed into the system by adding an extra step into the colour code sequence, or modifying the duration of one step within the code sequence by leaving the key in the lock longer in case of danger or a robbery.

 

The coding methods applied to the same key in the same time can be combined. This gives the user possibility of accessing many different areas securely with the same key (e.g., at the reception of a hotel a key is coded and granted to the guest to a room via their central coding system - method 2., which same key can then be coded by the guest itself to the safe inside the room - using method 1.).

 

Due to the option of adding other gadgets to the lock (e.g., SIM-card reader, fingerprint reader, RFID chip) the communication with the lock, the accessing of the locked area and the coding of the keys can also be made possible via mobile phone or computer. The activation and de-activation of these additionals, or several further software-based features, as well (e.g., time lock, etc.), can be programmed to a simple extra step of the colour code sequence, or the duration of one of the steps in the sequence.

When combined with a fingerprint reader, the device can already gather information before the key enters the lock, and the user can choose not to use this information for the entry by deactivating fingerprint recognition on the lock with the previously programmed method (i.e., an extra colour code to the sequence or the duration of one step in the sequence).

When RFID is used, the programmed method will activate the reader in the lock or the key when attempting to enter, or de-activate it when leaving.

All above methods can be used to secure the same area in the same time, and be accessed with the same key by multiple persons using their individual codes.

 

 

Possible areas of use: vehicles, hotels, factories, changing room lockers, food dispenser locks, offices, banks, individuals, travel tickets, etc.

 

The new technology can be integrated to already existing and manufactured systems (e.g., cylinder locks, safes, vaults), or it can be developed into completely new product(s).

 

We would like to cooperate with lock manufacturers about the integration of the HANOR 3D into already existing systems.

 

At the moment we have one working demonstrational piece (as seen in the footage) and a cylinder lock is being assembled, but the manufacturing needs funding.

Therefore, we are looking for partners for cooperation in forms of a joint corporation, know-how, patent purchase or investment

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