Leading the Way in Identification Technology
DDT is a global leader in the development of asset-based identification, having developed four leading-edge identification technologies that allow assets and their component parts to be uniquely marked and identified.
It’s akin to creating a unique asset-based DNA for products. DDT’s asset identification technologies have wide product application and the potential to penetrate global markets in the automotive, marine, clothing and industrial materials sectors.
Our technologies by our worldwide verification database.
Why Create a Unique Identity For Something?
Applying a unique identity to an individual item is beneficial in numerous ways. It allows tracking and identification of the origin of the item, as well as details of its manufacture, ownership, authenticity and destination.
It assists greatly in providing quality assurance of component parts and manufacturing processes. It reduces criminal activity by deterring counterfeiting and theft and assists in the recovery and return of assets that have been stolen.
DDT technologies have gained acceptance in a number of countries around the world. DDT is currently represented in Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Poland, Russia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Kingdom and the United States of America
|DataDotDNA consists of tiny discs, about the size of a grain of sand, each laser-etched with multiple lines of code. The code is unique for each asset. The code is stored on our worldwide verification database DataBaseDNA.
The DataDotDNA can be detected with a UV light, and their laser-etched code read with a simple magnifying device – no complicated forensic investigation is needed.
DataDotDNA are most widely used to protect motor vehicles, motor cycles, trailers, marine craft, business and personal assets. They are also called “microdots”, a microdot system or simply “DataDots”, and in Europe they are distributed under the name “Eurodot”.