THE CESAR system was originally set up in 2007 by the construction industry and was extended to agricultural equipment two years later. It is a UK system that has also been adopted so far in Ireland and Sweden, and is a collaboration between trade associations and forensic marking experts Datatag. Figures from the police and … More Feature Article in Yorkshire Post – SUCCESS OF MARKING SYSTEM
Farm machinery manufacturers are searching for design solutions to help the agricultural industry beat rural crime, a senior trade figure said. Agricultural economist Stephen Howarth said that the vehicle identification system CESAR had made a huge difference since it was first introduced to agricultural equipment nine years ago.
NFU Mutual has shared its tips to avoid buying stolen farm vehicles and equipment.
Construction Plant News’ Kieran Nee attended the CITS 2017 Conference, dedicated to raising awareness of fraud within the construction industry
The official CESAR Scheme had a fantastic first day at the final LAMMA Show held at the East of England Showground, Peterborough, before it moves to the NEC, Birmingham in 2019. A record number of visitors came to see the latest developments in farm machinery and services. Amongst the 850 exhibitors was the official CESAR … More FANTASTIC FIRST DAY AT LAMMA 2018
November has been a busy month for the team at the Datatag 24/7 Contact Centre with calls coming in from both Police and members of the public all over the country – Devon and Cornwall to Scotland and the Ministry of Defence too! And there have been a number of items both identified and recovered … More Datatag Recovery Bulletin – November 2017