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amongst police officers and, even, the general public,
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plates on machines.
Datatag Director, Kevin Howells, said that a Cesar tagged machine
was four times less likely to be stolen than an unmarked one and,
if stolen, its recovery was six times more likely. Manufacturers fitting
the system include Ammann Equipment, Bobcat, Doosan, Hanix,
JCB, Manitou, Merlo, NC Engineering and Takeuchi. Cesar also
incorporates hidden security transponders and liquid ‘DNA’
containing identity microdots painted on machine surfaces,
and Datatag provides a round-the-clock telephone service to
the police and customers, enabling machines to be identified
from the database.
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From January, JCB will fit security systems with a 3 star Thatcham rating as
standard on all 801 and 8020 minis.
During the Conference, Yvette Henshall-Bell, JCB’s UK & Ireland
Sales Director, announced that the company has become the first
excavator manufacturer to achieve a 3 star rating from the
Thatcham testing organisation for security measures that will be
fitted as standard from 1 January on all 801 and 8020 minis.
Throughout the first six months of 2010, the manufacturer will
expand the initiative to include all mini and midi excavators
above 1 tonne.
The first Thatcham star is awarded for vehicle identification and
registration (such as Cesar, which JCB has fitted since November
2007), while the second recognises the presence of an appropriate
immobiliser. The third star is given for the use of a unique key for
each machine (customers who prefer a keypad ignition system can
specify this when ordering). As some conference speakers stated,
many users prefer the operational flexibility offered by the traditional
arrangement of having a single key that fits any machine.
However, CITS regards the provision of a unique key as a
sensible requirement, similar to the standard security measures
found on cars.

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