The technology behind the CESAR Scheme
The CESAR Scheme works in the following ways:
Unique Tamper-Evident Identification Plate - These tamper-proof plates carry a unique plant identification number ensuring that your equipment can be easily identified and concealed within a machine. The ID plate also has a unique Datatag transponder to confirm a machines true identity and the ID plates contain the CEA and Datatag worldwide registered name & trademarks and legal action will be taken against any illegal copying or unauthorized production of these ID plates.
Transponder Glass Tag - This transponder is about the size of a grain of rice and is easily installed. It contains a unique code number which is permanently programmed into its integrated circuit which cannot be altered or deleted.
Transponder Self Adhesive Tag - This transponder is a flexible self adhesive tag that also contains a unique code number which is permanently programmed into its integrated circuit. The number cannot be altered or deleted and will withstand any attack by electric shock & magnetic waves.
Datadots® - A superior microdot identification system developed for ease of use. The Datadots can be applied to any surface, thus making it virtually impossible for the criminals to locate and remove them all.
Datatag "DNA" - A unique Forensic "DNA" solution and the latest advanced ID technology to be introduced by Datatag. Each piece of plant or machinery will be protected with an invisible unique "DNA" code and criminals will have to be confident they have removed every molecule.
Scanners - The Datatag scanners are the final ingredient in Datatag's powerful arsenal against theft. These hi-tech scanners are individually programmed to only read the Datatag transponders (otherwise known as 'tags') and play a key role in property identification. Datatag has invested heavily, arming UK Police Forces with literally thousands of scanners providing them with the ultimate tool to combat thieves.