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465 Canning Highway
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Crossecom, an Australian based company, provides integrated hardware and software solutions to Military, Government and Corporate organizations through our offices in Perth, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Mumbai and the UAE.
The suite of Crossecom products for military application includes:
An automated fuelling solution using RFID vehicle tags for military, Government and commercial fleets. This reduces theft, eliminates fuel cross-contamination, removes the need for cards, logbooks, chits or vouchers and automatically allocates cost of fuel to the correct source. Other important features are periodic audits of all vehicles in the fleet based on recent fuelling patterns and vehicle performance assessments compiled from odometer readings when vehicles refuel.
ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF ACCESS AND PROTECTION OF WEAPONS IN ARMOURY STORAGE.
Crossecom has integrated the most advanced biometrics and RFID technologies to ensure only approved personnel gain access to armouries. Each weapon has an RFID tag fitted, containing information relating to location on the storage rack, the owner or authorised users and any accessories. Data contained on the weapon's RFID tag must match the user's before the armourer will release the weanon.
Crossecom's database captures information on each weapon, events of removal from and returns to the armoury, ammunition allocated, maintenance records and movement through the armoury by personnel.
ELECTRONIC MANAGEMENT OF MILITARY ASSETS
Crossecom uses active and passive RFID "tags" to electronically track the position and movement of HIGH value assets needing to be protected or monitored. These include people such as security officers, warehouse personnel, prisoners and offenders well as items of high value ordnance in warehouses, transit or the field. Base station or hand held readers monitor RFID tags attached to ammunition, field weapons or personnel. The products
are safe & secure. The system raises an immediate alarm if the tag is removed, destroyed or outside the reading range of the monitors.