Securi-Guard has invested in new software for its Securi-Track system, which removes the problem of language barriers should a driver not speak the language of the country where an incident has occurred.
Under the initiative, it has secured agreements with security firms across Europe to provide a European Police Response Service to incidents of vehicle theft or hijacking abroad.
Currently, it is commonplace for tracking companies reporting incidents of vehicle theft or hijacking abroad to alert a third party company who then have to call a service provider in the country where the crime has taken place.
But Estover-based Securi-Guard’s high tech software takes the third party service out of the equation and links directly to any one of a team of security companies in key European countries.
The system means both Securi-Guard and its network of European partners are sharing a common computerised incident management platform that can be regularly updated and reviewed, speeding up incident responses.