Datatag CESAR Equipment Security and Registration Scheme

Datatag brought its CESAR equipment security and registration scheme to ConExpo.

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Datatag, a security products provider and the company behind the official UK plant security and registration scheme-CESAR, used ConExpo in Las Vegas March 22 to 26 to introduce the CESAR equipment security and registration scheme to interested parties in the United States. CESAR is a deterrent against theft as well as aids in recovery of stolen equipment.

  • Provides each machine a unique and multi-layered ‘fingerprint’ that cannot be removed
  • Three different security technologies create the fingerprint
  • The machine's individual identification number is placed on two securely fitted tamper evident triangular registration plates on the chassis and body 
  • Each machine's equipment registration number gives the police the means to identify and recover stolen machines even if the manufacturer’s identity plates have been removed 
  • Several Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) transponders, each the size of a grain of rice, are hidden in the machine each with a programmed code
  • Patches of unique forensic liquid DNA, invisible to the naked eye, are painted onto the machine in a number of locations
  • Machine and owners details are registered for life in a secure database, giving the police 24/7 access to the registration information
  • Protects construction equipment from a 30 ton excavator to a hand held drill
  • Three different security kits are available for operated equipment, hand held and guided equipment 

 

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