World Security Report2013-09-09 09:31:11

DNA-Tracker Target Proximity Monitoring System to be demonstrated at DSEI

Megablue Technologies, the name behind the UK's first heat mapping and triangulation network based on GSM and advanced technologies, will be demonstrating its latest Target Proximity Monitoring System, DNA-Tracker, at the DSEI.

DNA-Tracker uses a bespoke, consultancy-based approach to design, build and install self-contained monitoring networks for government agencies, the police and other authorised organisations that are primarily concerned with state security and safeguarding the public.

Currently being rolled out in a number of locations worldwide, each network is quickly deployable and is able to find, identify and track the movements of mobile devices that enter pre-determined zones. This information is then processed and displayed in real time; the functions of which are easy to observe and use.

The technology has been pioneered by Megablue Technologies to survey and protect borders, passenger terminals, ports and recognised locations of high-risk. Launched in 2009, the company has been developing the technology's capabilities and extending its protocols.

DNA-Tracker's hardware is portable, can be deployed rapidly and at low-cost; offering the full capabilities of a cell tower in a compact size (see photo). Utilising geo-fencing, merged with other cutting edge technologies, DNA-Tracker provides a range of robust security related solutions. Every network is backed up by a comprehensive system support package as part of a cost-effective pricing structure and it is subject to round-the-clock performance monitoring.

Megablue Technologies will be exhibiting at stand number N7-265

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