A 3D-printed key that can’t be copied – media coverage for one of our clients

Did you know, that today you can copy any mechanical key with a cheap 3D printer? Even worse: modern smartphones can scan any key hanging or lying around and thus provide the file for the 3D printer. Digital keys are not the best answer to this threat, as they can be hacked. UrbanAlps, a startup from Switzerland and one of our clients found the answer: the Stealth Key, a key that turns its security elements inside out and cannot be scanned. One should think the industry  was waiting for it. Instead, they deny that there is a problem at all.

Last week the Stealth Key covered by The Economist. Read more here:


%d bloggers like this: