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Major Gulf Port Adopts TagMaster Access Solution

Major Gulf Port Adopts TagMaster Access Solution

TagMaster, the leading producer of advanced RFID solutions for long range identification in access control, asset tracking and rail applications, announced that Omnitec Security Systems, a long term TagMaster partner based in Dubai, has been awarded the contract to deliver TagMaster's new reader and ID-tags to a major port installation in the Gulf area. The contract covers the supply of 154 TagMaster new readers which will be used in the vehicle access control system for the port.

The project will use the TagMaster new RFID reader, which is an EPC Gen 2 compliant UHF reader with built in antenna and full support for the TagMaster security concept, SecureMarkID. SecureMarkID ensures each tag has a unique identity and prevents duplication of the ID-tags. This together with other security features in the reader ensures a reliable, robust and secure installation for the port. The reader is also equipped with a unique configurable LED indicator at the front of the reader as well as on the front of an optional external antenna. The new reader is easy to configure using a password protected standard web browser. It's also easy and quick to install with support for standardised mounting brackets. The new reader is characterised by the high quality and reliability associated with all TagMaster RFID products.

TagMaster's RFID systems are already used in a number of successful port installations around the world. Vehicle access control is an important issue in ports, both from a security and logistical perspective. Long range RFID is not only used as a secure way to automatically identify trucks and other vehicles driving in and out of the port, but also to control vehicle movement within the port area.

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