Latest figures from PANIU show an alarming increase in ATV thefts. The Plant and Agriculture National Intelligence Unit revealed the number of ATV’s stolem in quarter two of 2017 was up 16.5%.
Leading security experts Datatag ID Limited, will exhibit for the third time at the Country File Live Exhibition on the 2nd-5th August. The BBC event, back again at the impressive Blenheim Palace grounds, is set to be one of the biggest and most exciting summer events of 2018. Datatag ID experts, exhibiting in the Farming … More DATATAG TO EXHIBIT AT THE THIRD COUNTRY FILE LIVE SHOW
The Construction Equipment Association’s official CESAR Scheme passed another milestone today as JCB unveiled the 275,000th CESAR registered machine on its stand at Hillhead. The new JCB 220X tracked excavator, manufactured at JCB Heavy Products in Uttoxeter, took centre stage on JCB’s large and impressive exhibition stand. JCB, one of the early adopters of … More CESAR HITS 275,000 REGISTRATIONS AT HILLHEAD
Source: https://www.matlockmercury.co.uk/news/police-help-derbyshire-farmers-protect-vehicles-and-tools-1-9195796 A new scheme has been launched to help protect rural communities from thefts with reduced price security systems. Officers on the Derbyshire Rural Crime Team have joined forces with Derbyshire Dales District Council, the NFU and Datatag to help farmers and residents in the Derbyshire Dales to help them protect 4x4s, quad bikes, … More Feature Article in Matlock Mercury – POLICE HELP DERBYSHIRE FARMERS PROTECT VEHICLES AND TOOLS
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.