SHERLOG SecurityCar systems operating principles:

  • All SHERLOG SecurityCar systems units works on a radio transmission principle.
  • These radio transmission principles are impossible to neutralize, any attempts at suppressing them are immediately diagnosed at the SHERLOG operations control center.
  • The user of the vehicle is identified by a special remote registration mini unit.
  • As soon as the vehicle gets moving without the above-mentioned registration unit, the system is activated and sends a radio signal to the SHERLOG operations control center.

Regardless of the advantages and capacities of the systems ability to determine the precise location of a vehicle, SHERLOG system is not intended to be used for vehicle motion tracking. It remains passive and sends no signals during the routine operation of the vehicle by its owner or legitimate user.

All SHERLOG SecurityCar location discovery systems work with on a radio transmission principle. Miniature transmitters are fitted in a vehicle and, in case of theft, are activated automatically or by the SHERLOG operations control centre. The whereabouts of a stolen vehicle are made possible to determine by the technical SHERLOG SecurityCar infrastructure, made of stationary radars, mobile SHERLOG crews and search aircrafts. Baltijos Monitoringo Centras provides the Lithuanian market with protection level 1 and level 2 type vehicle location systems.

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT SHERLOG SYSTEM UNITS

Fighting crimes of vehicle theft and playing an active part in the prevention of these crimes.

The systems work on a radio transmission principle.

The SHERLOG system is perpetually in the process of development and improvement.

Suppressing signals sent by the SHERLOG system units is impossible.

All units adhere to all EU standards and regulations and are appropriately certified.

Police and other specialized authorities are utilized in search operations.

SHERLOG production and its components adhere to all EU standards and regulations and are appropriately certified. SHERLOG units are made from high quality components and are tested in extreme conditions. These technological decisions have been developed through extensive years of first-hand system exploration.

Once the owner or legitimate user confirms or informs SHERLOG operations control center of the theft of a vehicle and has registered this event with the police, the signals received from an activated SHERLOG system unit will help determine the approximate location of the vehicle. Following these actions, a mobile search crew is dispatched, which help determine the precise location of the vehicle with the help of police.

It is impossible to suppress signals sent by the SHERLOG system unit. Any interventions are recorded by the SHERLOG operations control center, while the mobile crews are capable of determining the precise source of these interventions. The danger signal sent from a vehicle in search is detected even if thevehicle is being hidden in enclosed premises, a steel shipping container, concrete hideout or underneath the earth.

Observing recent crime tendencies and technological advances, the SHERLOG system is perpetually in the process of development and improvement, which includes regularly renewing system units already installed.