for the oil, chemical and sewage industries
The Innovation Farm
Nr Bishop's Stortford
All enquiries to:
+44(0)1279 600 440
Order Fax Line
Fax: +44(0)1279 600 766
How do you know that a tanker arriving at a remote site is legitimate when number plates can easily be copied? The answer is to use the RDNET 1000 Active RFID Tag. Unlike standard RFID tags which require close proximity for operation the RDN100 can be covertly fitted to almost any part of the vehicle as it actively broadcasts its unique ID over a radius of up to 100m. Irrespective of the weather conditions users can now easily identify single or multiple vehicles entering a site, even if they are visually obscured. In addition to knowing who is on site the system lets you monitor duration and when combined with the RDNET 1000 Beacon Security system lets you know what they actually did whilst on site i.e. opened a door or operated a valve etc.
Because of the relatively wide broadcast area of the tags it is possible to hide the reader out of sight even within a building making the system truly covert. The output from the reader can be in the form of a serial data string for direct interface to a telemetry outstation or alternatively delivered via the GPRS network to a remote data server for processing.
Other applications of the tags include vehicle fleet optimisation where departure to arrival times are monitored and the automatic activation of pollution control valves and traffic lights during fuel or chemical deliveries/transfers.
Reliable and positive identification of friendly and unfriendly vehicles. Friend or foe.
Tags are self powered and hence may be fitted to any type of vehicle including trailers.
Tags can be covertly installed or installed as a visual deterrent.
Dummy tags available.
Reporting can be achieved via existing telemetry infrastructure and/or the cellular network.
Jam detection at receiver
Long maintenance free battery life of > 10-years
100% sealed construction to > IP68.
Tamper proof health message reporting