A guard tour system is an essential tool which enables to monitor if people assigned to a tour patrol task are completing their duties on time and at their correct locations. In summary the system makes it possible to know where and when the patrols were made.
It works by installing a series of RFID Tags (each with its own unique global identification number) along patrol routes and having patrol personnel perform readings on the tags using a hand held reader. The recorded tag numbers along with each associated time stamps are later uploaded via communication adapters to computers for processing and verification. The results are displayed on the screen, printed or emailed so that managers can review at once job performance data of the patrolling personnel (attendance, locations patrolled, timeliness, incidents and etc).
The software was designed to be very user friendly and also very powerful, enabling the user to create multiple reports including a Graphical Map report.
Even though a guard tour system is mostly used and known in the security field it actually can greatly enhance performance in several areas such as:
ProxiGuard is the only RFID (Proximity) guard tour system in the world with impact detection. Reports will show each time the reader was either dropped or subject to a strong impact.