DATATAG ANNOUNCE PARTICIPATION AT THE HAE/EHA TRADE CONVENTION 2017

Datatag has today announced that the company will be exhibiting at the two-day Hire Association Europe (HAE) and Event Hire Association (EHA) Trade Fair and Convention 2017 at a new venue, the Ricoh Arena in Coventry on the 11th and 12th October.

Datatag recently won a Hire Award of Excellence earlier in the year for their new, innovative, security system MicroCESAR, which will be featured at this year’s two-day convention. MicroCESAR has been launched to deal with the growing issue of small tool theft and also offers a mobile enabled asset management system. This latest addition to the CESAR Scheme has already been adopted by STIHL for their range of cut-off saws.

MicroCESAR features state of the art Datatag technology which gives each piece of equipment a unique and permanent ‘fingerprint’ that thieves cannot simply remove. Using a combination of a unique Datatag RFID transponder and a tamper proof warning/registration label with an integrated QR code, MicroCESAR provides the police with quick and easy verification of ownership without the need for special equipment or lengthy laboratory testing.

As an added bonus, the Datatag technology used in the MicroCESAR system can also be used to assist in stock management helping track tools in and out of jobs and allowing access to user manuals through the unique QR code and mobile enabled MicroCESAR website.

Datatag will not only be exhibiting MicroCESAR but also their other award-winning product the official CESAR Scheme, which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary. The official CESAR Scheme, like MicroCESAR, is owned by the Construction Equipment Association (CEA) and is powered by Datatag technology.

The CESAR scheme was launched in 2007 to protect larger construction and agricultural equipment and includes the now iconic triangular CESAR ID plates, RFID tags, Datatdots and forensic DNA solution. Datatag operate a 24×7 call centre to support all their systems including MicroCESAR and CESAR which the police and other law enforcement agencies can use to establish the identity and ownership of registered equipment.

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