BCS Guard Tour Technology works with Checkpoint/Incident/Guard Media Tags which are available in 3 forms:
During the watch patrol, the security guard simply touches or scans the SilverGuard wand to the Checkpoint tag placed at various locations at the site to record the date and time of the guard’s patrol. The security guard may also scan an Incident Tag (contained in the Incident Wallet) to record an Incident (e.g. door open) associated with a Checkpoint, or scan a Guard Tag to identify the name of the guard performing the patrol. You can choose which type of Checkpoint/Incident/Guard Media Tag is best for your operation and budget, depending on the cost and the environment of the site.
The Touch Memory Button is a proprietary product of Dallas Semiconductor of Dallas, Texas.
The “HiTag 125khz” and “Unique World Tag 125khz” media tags are housed in black epoxy which is water and shock resistant. Each HiTag/Unique World Tag has a unique serial number. These media tags require no external power and are usually mounted on the walls of the site to be guarded. The HiTag/ Unique World tags can be concealed behind non-metallic surfaces such as concrete, drywall, plastic, wood, etc.
HiTag is a proprietary product of Philips. Unique World Tag is a proprietary product of Sokymat Identification.