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2D Label Now Used By Law Enforcement for Tracking Inventory & Assets

Posted Dec 2, 2014 by reff55
December 2, 2014/Redmond, Washington/ Dynamic Systems, Inc., a leader in data collection applications has announced a new label called the 2D Dot used by public safety agencies such as FBI, Corrections, Security, Sheriffs, Police, SWAT, Secret Service, C

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Press Release) Dec 2, 2014 -- About Dynamic Systems (DSI)
For over 30 years DSI has been providing reliable and innovative systems that enable your department to work safely and efficiently. The addition of the 2D Dot capability to the Equipment Tracking System allows departments to effectively label smaller items such as pistols, radar guns, red dot sights, keys, flashlights, and radios with a resilient barcode.

This technology can be used with the other Checkmate Solutions also, such as e-Citation, Inventory Management, Document Tracking, Evidence Tracking, Fixed Assets Management, and ID Badge Printer Systems. Bar code data collection has been proven to be the most accurate and efficient method of tracking or counting items.

2D Dot Label Improves Safety & Efficiency
DSI has announced the availability of the 2D label for Law Enforcement Agencies who want to reduce the loss of gear and save time tracking down which piece of equipment is checked out to which officer. The 2D Label is made of a high performance acrylic adhesive and is only 3/8” in diameter, allowing it to be used on smaller pieces of equipment.

It is easy to adhere the 2D label onto areas that won’t interfere with the functionality of the equipment. The software also tracks consumables such as batons, masks, gloves, and handcuffs. It’s affordable for almost all agencies, even those with just a few employees,” stated Bill Allen, Process Control Consultant. See case studies for more Law Enforcement uses of barcodes

Equipment and malfunctioning gear can be a major overhead cost for agencies. Our customers see a typical payback for the Equipment Manager within 3-4 months,” states Alison Falco, President of Dynamic Systems.

Contact: Rob Freeman, V.P. Business Development 800-342-3999
[email protected]
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Categories : Defense, Software, Technology
Tags : law, sherriff, barcode
Last Updated : Dec 2, 2014

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