Guardix is a market leading patrol verification system that records the presence and location of security, cleaning and maintenance personnel at given locations and times. Most importantly it highlights any checks that were missed, so that appropriate action can be taken.
The main components to a patrol system are the handheld data collector, checkpoints and Litepatrol management software. Checkpoints are fixed to various locations to be visited, and the worker carries a robust handheld data collector which they use to read the checkpoint when it is visited. The checkpoints identification number and time of the visit is recorded by the data collector.
These systems are ideal to determine the location of security guards and other workers where security, safety, servicing or cleaning checks need to be done.
The guardTrans is a data transfer unit for the guardiX II collectors. It is connected to a PC or laptop via the USB port and transfers the data when the collector is inserted. To guarantee maximum accuracy, the real-time clock in the guardiX II data collector is synchronized during the download operation. LED and vibration provide haptic feedback when the data has been correctly downloaded.
One of the many distinguishing features of the guardiX II data collector is that there are no buttons, switches or other external moving parts that could be prone to failure. Its clever design also means that there is no need for a hole for a sounder, instead the data collector vibrates when a checkpoint is read making it near silent in operation. It can transfer its data via Bluetooth or guardTrans.
The RFID checkpoints are maintenance free and do not require any power. The small, inconspicuous checkpoints can either be glued or securely mounted using a special security screw. The RFID checkpoints are resistant to temperature, weather and other environmental factors.
Event cards allow you to report additional events which may be required during the patrol or checks being done. For example; broken window, window open, toilet leaking, maintenance required etc. The event cards are carried with the data collector and read when a particular event needs to be recorded. These events can then be reported upon