Protect your watercraft from theft with the DataDotDNA® Marine Theft Deterrent Identification System (TDIS) – making your boat too hot to handle!
Each year, thousands of boats and PWCs in Australia are stolen, with only a fraction ever recovered. Professional thieves go to great lengths to alter boat identification and change the appearance, making it difficult to identify stolen watercraft.
With the unrivalled identification protection of DataDotDNA® TDIS, your watercraft's hull, motor, and trailer are safeguarded. Our system creates a virtual identification barrier, effectively deterring and combatting professional thieves.
Join thousands of boat owners who trust DataDotDNA TDIS for superior marine security and experience true peace of mind.
Marine (Hull, Motor & Trailer) TDIS Includes:
ABOUT THE SYSTEM
The DataDotDNA Marine Theft Deterrent Identification System (TDIS) provides advanced forensic and digital identification protection for your watercraft - forming a virtual identification barrier to deter theft and combat professional thieves.
Thousands of microdots are covertly applied to your watercraft. They form a permanent incontestable proof of ownership that is digitally linked to your watercraft’s identification on the secure PropertyVAULT database. Visible warning labels and Security ID labels alert potential thieves that your watercraft is protected by DataDotDNA® and provide a quick means for authorities to verify your watercrafts status.
How is DataDotDNA® Traced?
A UV torch and a simple magnifying tool enables police to easily locate and read the microdots. Your PropertyVAULT registration, including photographs of your watercraft and its DatadotDNA® locations enables police to easily verify your watercraft’s status and ownership.
Why is the DataDotDNA® Marine TDIS Important?
Professional thieves target watercraft for financial gain; commonly on-selling them with false identification or selling their components. The Marine TDIS is an effective investigative tool that deters theft by assisting authorities to identify stolen property and creating significant more risk for thieves.