DNA Tracker to launch new tracking system for airports

6 July 2012 (Last Updated July 6th, 2012 04:35)

DNA Tracker are set to launch a new security and surveillance system at the 2012 Farnborough Air Show in the UK that will protect airports and terminals with high passengers volume, as well as other high-risk recognised locations.

DNA Tracker are set to launch a new security and surveillance system at the 2012 Farnborough Air Show in the UK that will protect airports and terminals with high passengers volume, as well as other high-risk recognised locations.

The new DNA Tracker system will use of geo-fencing and other technologies to locate, recognise and track mobile devices entering the ring-fenced zone in real time.

DNA Tracker safely examines mobile phone, laptop and tablet signals within the interior, surroundings of the building and selected open areas to detect curious activity patterns, as well as to alert during the entry of certain individuals into the monitored zone.

Through constant coverage across the target area, the DNA Tracker system captures and marks the precise location and movements of mobile devices within the monitored area and displays its findings live on the system's interface.

DNA Tracker managing director Mark Stevens said the new system, unlike other security monitoring methods, identifies and tracks mobile signals in real time, not after the event or with triangulation.

"More effective and robust than GPS technologies, which often fail in large buildings with steel constructions, DNA Tracker has wide-ranging and game-changing applications," Stevens added.

The system also enables authorities to respond instantly as the patterns appear and the circumstances on the ground expand, by providing current intelligence on crowd numbers as well as movement.

It will also allow authorities to detect persons of interest or out-of-the-ordinary patterns in activity by triggering an alert.

The DNA Tracker system can be employed for security, crime reduction, crowd control and the protection and monitoring of unoccupied properties.