Active Track

Securex 2017 preview Security Services & Risk Management

Active Track is a workforce management and reduction of payroll specialist. Its products put an end to your guards falling asleep, and ensure that patrols are carried out correctly. The products also guarantee control over your workforce, and ensure that you only pay for real hours worked.

Active Track’s success stems from reliance on cutting-edge technology, as well as cost-effective, all-inclusive monthly rental fees.

The Active Track device offers real-time monitoring and two-way communication with your personnel. Designed as a user-friendly, tamper-proof and waterproof device, the Active Track can withstand the harsh conditions of your labour-intensive industry.

The device ensures that your guard or employee is awake, carrying out all patrols or duties correctly, and assisted in emergencies, by relying on its GPS, GSM and RFID capabilities, panic and duress functions and 24-hour support centre.

The FPX10 is a GPS and GSM-enabled system engineered to monitor time and attendance, and the location of assets. The FPX10 has improved and extended biometric capabilities, evidenced by its portable nature, extended battery life, accurate 21-point fingerprint and RFID reader, easy configuration to site requirements, and tamper-proof design. Functionality and captured data can be controlled remotely, via an online platform, and integrated into almost any payroll management system.

See more in Hall 2 Stand B15.


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