The Construction Equipment Association’s official CESAR Scheme, powered by Datatag technologies now marks over 320,000 construction and agricultural machines and will be exhibiting again at the UK’s biggest construction show, Plantworx.
Plantworx, taking place for the fourth time now, has moved to a new venue at the East of England Showground, Peterborough. With its huge product showcase, an exciting mix of live demonstrations, working machinery and live construction applications attracts visitors from across the spectrum of the construction industry.
The award winning Official CESAR Scheme will once more be highlighting the importance of security and demonstrating how it’s multi-layered security marking technologies supplied by Datatag help fight back against criminals looking to target plant and machinery.
Using a combination of security technologies including the now iconic triangular CESAR tamper evident warning labels, RFID transponders, microscopic Datadots and a forensic DNA solution the CESAR scheme provides an almost 100% indelible identity for each machine making it almost impossible for criminals to alter or hide its true identity. It’s this layered approach which has resulted in a dramatic decrease in plant theft since CESAR was launched in 2007 and why almost all major brands now fit the system as standard.
The CESAR Scheme will be showcasing an exciting development of the system at Plantworx this year and will launch details to the press and associated visitors on the first day of the show.
For further information visit CESAR Scheme on stand FB16.