A brand new state of the art tracking device designed to protect vehicle, farm machinery and plant from theft and hijack will be monitored by Securi-Guard’s pioneering Securi-Track system under a new contract deal.

Staffordshire-based RedWeb Technologies is the latest company to sign up to Securi-Track, a UK and Europe wide system launched last year, which has taken incident management for vehicle tracking to a new level.

RedWeb has  committed to Securi-Track as Securi-Guard is the only Gold accredited National Security Inspectorate (NSI) Systems Operating Centre (SOC) in the UK operating such a service.

Its brand new RX-10 trackers devices that are primarily aimed at the vehicle, agricultural and plant markets will be monitored 24/7 and 365 days of the year from the SOC which is based at Securi-Guard’s Plymouth HQ.

Group Sales Director at RedWeb Technologies Chris Smith said, we are excited to be partnering with Securi-Guard and jointly offer our customers the best possible service in the UK and Europe available.

Head of Telematics UK and Europe at Securi-Guard Pete Stanley – who oversaw the design and development of Securi-Track – said the contract was testament to the growing reputation of the system in both the UK and Europe.

“As Securi-Guard now holds the most Gold Accreditations of any NSI member in the UK, RedWeb can be assured of the best possible level of service and commitment throughout the period of the contract, ” said Pete.

“We now look forward to playing a key role in enhancing the reputations of RedWeb within the industry and the partnership represents an exciting opportunity to expand our service offerings to the market place”

Launched in July last year, the innovative Securi-Track system is a major international scheme designed to simplify incident management when vehicles are attacked or stolen – saving customers time and money.

Currently, it is commonplace for tracking companies reporting incidents of vehicle theft or hijacking abroad to go through a third party operator which in turn, alerts authorities in the particular country where the crime has taken place.

But Estover-based Securi-Guard’s high tech computer system takes the third party service out of the equation and links directly to a specially recruited team of security companies in key European countries.

The system means both Securi-Guard and its network of European security specialists are sharing a common computerised management platform that can be regularly updated and reviewed as required, speeding up incident reporting and investigation.