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photograph reduced to the size of a dot (usually for purposes of security)

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The DataDot is applied via a spray can or gun, which sprays literally thousands of encoded dots onto the item being marked.
Shillingford said that "the NER has formed a partnership with DataDot to encourage their use by owners of heavy equipment.
DataDots are easily applied to assets ranging from personal items, household assets, and business assets through to cars, boats, and commercial equipment without leaving any obvious marks or causing any damage.
Measured research has proven that DataDot ID programs reduce professional auto theft by up to 73%.
Like DNA itself, DataDotDNA associates an object with a unique identity, permanently and forever," said Ian Allen, co-founder and CEO of DataDot Technology Ltd.
With limited identification labels on most equipment, DataDot Technology can provide a profusion of micro-dot identifiers that are uniquely linked to the legitimate owner.
The new program also involves enhanced property identification record-keeping to aid law enforcement and insurance investigators, and an information process for informing law enforcement concerning where they can expect to see equipment identified with DataDot Technology.
The success of DataDot is built around its innovative anti-theft microdot technology.
DataDot Dealer Services ("DDS") is the national distributor of the DataDot automotive aftermarket system now available to major automotive dealer groups and credit providers across the United States.
The DataDot PowerSports System provides an easy and cost effective way to permanently protect any vehicle with this unique anti-theft parts marking technology.
Because DataDots have no theft deterrent to prevent a device from being stolen, Evans says, the challenge for the violated company will be providing a way of letting security officials--and criminals--know that devices are protected before a theft.