can be a constant worry representing an easy target for organised crime with 1000,s of machines stolen every year. Inadequate farm security makes farm equipment vulnerable and with little chance of thieves ever being caught it’s all too easy. An incredible 95% of stolen farm equipment is never seen again. Conducting a farm security risk assessment and incorporating preventive measures will help to reduce tractor theft, but the ultimate security protection which also qualifies for 12.5% NFU Mutual policy disount can only be achieved through fitment of the Automatrics MTrack tractor tracker device. We provide the best farm trackers for high theft risk machines like ATV, Forklift, Tractors, trailered goods, generators and other high value equipment. When all else fails fitting our approved tractor tracker provides a 98 % recovery opportunity.
We have been securing farm equipment with Thatcham certification Insurance trackers for plant for over 9 years. The Automatrics MTrack covert and wireless self-powered tracking devices achieves sector leading recovery performance, significantly higher than any other self powered or wired GPS tractor tracker.Our farm tracking devices are perfect for farm security having strong and robust IP67 casing, being small and portable gives maximum flexibility when transferring between machines. “Fit for Function” in terms of our high quality design, manufacture and award winning farm tracker service. Stolen ATV's and Tractors are often hidden from the sky where GPS tracking alone simply is not good enough, our Stolen Vehicle Recovery (SVR) farm tracking systems utilise multi-layer GPS, GSM and RF location technology to recover stolen farm equipment hidden in the most challenging of environments, such as inside shipping containers.
Tractor security systems require this higher Automatrics MTrack tracker functionality, far beyond farm equipment tracker standard or functionality to ensure your equipment remains safe and we keep the criminals guessing !
by Richard Taylor Automatrics Limited Mar 5, 2016