The introduction of the CESAR Scheme aims to act both as a deterrent and as a means of being able to quickly check and trace the ownership of suspected stolen machinery.
The system consists of a number of elements, the most obvious being a large tamper-proof triangular sticker that carries ID information specific to that machine.
In addition, miniature RFID transponders are permanenlty concealed within each machine and an invisible Datatag chemical DNA solution is applied making it virtually impossible to conceal the identity of the machine that is registered.
Not only is CESAR affordable, but its easy to install and requires no hardware.
Installation registered machines should also attract a higher resale value and the scheme is recognised by the BMIA and the NFU Mutual.
Call your local service manager today for more details.
Whilst trackers and immobilisers are an option, they are expensive. For the cost of fitting one of these systems to a tractor, I have been able to protect all my main machinery, plus there is the bonus of a discount on my insurance.