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How three radio technologies give us a head start in the hunt for stolen objects

GSGroup is changing the game in stolen object tracking with a trio of radio solutions. These technologies, each tailored to specific needs, make a powerful toolset in the ongoing battle against theft and criminal activities. 

- The development of technology is moving faster than ever before, and it is a race to stay one step ahead of those who want to use technology to commit criminal acts, says Division Director Per Waldemar Simonsen in GSGroup.  

For GSGroup the use of three different radio technologies has proven to be very effective in the face of, among other things, jamming and general theft where it is about getting hold of stolen objects as quickly as possible.  

- The various radio technologies have very distinct specialties. The first one we use manages to give us a position or rather an area. If you are standing in Finnmark, it is good to know that the object you want to find is further south, for example in Vestfold and Telemark. If you add another technology, it will give you, for example, a parking space in Tønsberg. Then the third and most precise technology comes in, one that sniffs out objects that have been attempted to be hidden. There is no shortage of creative solutions thieves use, says Simonsen.  

Collaboration and Seamless Integration 

The advantage is to personalizing stolen object tracking through seamless integration.  

- We effortlessly switch between different tracking capabilities, adapting to the different scenarios. This collaborative synergy maximizes the effectiveness of the tools at hand in the battle against theft and criminal activity. 

As these innovative radio solutions continue to evolve and refine, the future looks increasingly promising for those seeking to protect their assets.  

- In this ongoing struggle, the advanced tracking system ensures that stolen objects don't remain lost for long, offering individuals and businesses the security and peace of mind they deserve, Simonsen says.