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Foreign police RFID application case

- May 18, 2018 -

Foreign police RFID application case

Introduction: TAGSYS and RFIP announced that they have designed a new RFID-based weapon tracking program called "iDAS." The purpose of this program is to protect the weapons of the military and law enforcement agencies.

The rapid development of RFID in recent years, government agencies in various countries continue to increase the intensity of application, the major well-known manufacturers continue to introduce innovative products, researchers from various parties continue to put forward new ideas, the following brings together the successful application of foreign RFID in the field of police use in recent years, Most of these cases have also been widely used in our country.

1. British police use RFID-based iDAS to protect firearm safety

TAGSYS and RFIP announced that they have designed a new RFID-based weapon tracking program called the "Intelligent Drawer Weapons Library System" (iDAS). The purpose of this program is to protect the weapons of the military and law enforcement agencies. iDAS uses embedded RFID technology to automatically record the release and return of weapons in storage cabinets, prevent weapons from being issued to unauthorized police officers, and generate audit reports for submission to supervisors, thereby enhancing the safety of weapons.

At present, some British police stations use iDAS to use the RFID-equipped storage cabinet to track the Taser gun. They affixed a high-frequency TAGSYSArio370-SDM RFID tag to the Taser gun body and monitored it through the TAGSYSMedioP032OEM RFID reader and the antenna in the storage cabinet.

RFIP’s David Armstrong said: “The TAGSYSArio370-SDM RFID tags are very compact and they can be easily attached to the Taser guns, which will not affect the use of the guns under the premise of reliable identification range. In addition, these tags are very durable. , not easy to fall off."

Prior to this, the Taser gun was originally issued by a higher-ranking British police station, but now this kind of firearm is deployed at a lower-level police station. Therefore, the local police station needs a safe, simple, and economical method. It manages.

The main work flow of iDAS is: When a police officer needs to obtain a Taser gun, he should first submit an ID card to the reader in the storage cabinet; then, the iDAS system will determine whether the police officer has obtained a legal gun license. If the result of the determination is "yes", then the iDAS system's own touch screen will direct the police officer through a series of legal and procedural considerations; then, the iDAS system will automatically pass the asset management application (developed by JML Software Solutions). Assign a Taser gun to the police officer, order the drawer to open the drawer where the gun is stored, and electronically register the Taser gun; finally, the officer can remove the gun, as shown in Figure 1.

Foreign police RFID application case

Figure 1 A police officer accesses firearms through iDAS

The iDAS system not only allows managers to know which police officer took which Taser gun, but also provides an audit trail report to the police station to investigate incidents involving the use of a Taser gun or related police officer training records.

2. British police use RFID/GPS to manage police controversy

According to the British magazine "Police Review", the British Metropolitan Police Agency in Greater London plans to use the Automatic Personnel Positioning System (APLS) to replace the Airwave wireless system currently in use, so as to better manage the 31,000 police in the jurisdiction. Figure 2 shows.

Foreign police RFID application case

Figure 2 British police use RFID/GPS to manage police

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