The Hytera Patrol System is a simple, user-friendly, cost-efficient solution for the management of security personnel and assets. Utilizing RFID tags and the reliable PD412 DMR radio as your reader, you can monitor personnel and assets at all times, increasing safety, security and patrol efficiency. The RFID tags are made up of a patrol identification card (POA72) and a checkpoint (POA71). The checkpoints are installed in the location that needs to be safeguarded, along the intended patrol route.
As the user starts their shift, they register their PD412 with their patrol identification card, logging them on to the patrol system. As the user passes a checkpoint along their patrol route, the radio is held against the checkpoint. This scans the location using the RFID technology. The data acquired is transmitted from the radio to the patrol software where all logs can be subsequently analyzed.Speak to a Hytera Partner today to find out how the Hytera Patrol system could improve your security process.
Efficient patrol management
Routes and timetables can be created and adjusted using the Hytera patrol software. This allows for flexible changes to routes, optimizing them according to the changing workflow.
Proven DMR radio technology and RFID
The radio technology employed for the data transfer to the control center is based on the open ETSI standard DMR. The data from patrol is collected using passive RFID-capable checkpoints and the DMR handheld radio PD415.
A repeater or mobile radio (MD782/MD782G) can be used as a receiving station. If a repeater is selected, the patrol system can be connected via IP, which allows it to be located at a remote site. In the case of the MD782/MD782G, this is accomplished with the standard programming cable.
Reliable data transfer
If data cannot be transferred to the call center due to a lack of DMR radio coverage, the PD412 radio allows you to transfer the data at a later time. As soon as the radio is connected again with the DMR system, the patrol data can be sent again with the push of a button. Alternatively, you can transfer the data offline using a data cable.
The administrator using the patrol software is able to manage all the information collected along with the patrol, including the patrol personnel, checkpoints, and patrol schedules.
Visualization of patrol routes
To help manage patrol routes and checkpoint locations, you can import your own site map (graphics file format) into the patrol software. Once imported, you can add special features via the menu, such as several floors of a building, to help track your operations.
Analyzing patrol data
The patrol software provides a number of options for searching and carrying out statistical analysis of the data received. This information can also be exported to an Excel file or a PDF document for further manipulation or reporting.