PES systems enable pinpoint monitoring of the position of a person or object and are used for controlling the movement of personnel, such as security guards, cleaning or postal services, maintenance staff, etc. The Tomst PES is a guard tour product with anti-vandal technology, introduced to protect it from possible damage.
The system consists of a portable electronic sensor with a unique serial number for identification purposes, and an iButton chip containing a unique identification number. The iButton chip can be used to identify a person, place or object. When the PES touches the iButton chip, the sensor reads the identification number of the iButton and also records the exact date and time of the touch, thus providing proof of the location of the employee carrying the PES. The data can be downloaded to an electronic storage device, by a choice of three methods, ie, a data chip, a TMD (USB) adaptor or a D-Point (GSM/GPRS) USB chip, using evaluation software such as Winkontrol 2007.
Depending on its type and design, a PES sensor has a maximum capacity of 14 000 readings. The ergonomically designed sensors, with a mass of 49 g and length 90 mm, provide an easy-to-handle solution for both employers and personnel being monitored.
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