The singer Alexander Marshall drove a new Toyota Landcruiser

In the car, Marshall was installed the AutoLocator. This anti-theft system that uses the principles of satellite-based search technologies and technology radio search. That is, the machine is constantly under surveillance. If the remote-call company, which established a system receiving a signal that it is opened, the machine automatically stops the movement. During the installation of the AutoLocator singer paid a U.S. $ 4 000.
Later, while watching the latest training videos made by CCTV cameras, they saw that an unknown person just walked up to the car, got into it and left without making any further manipulation. The singer filed a statement to the police, but hopes to return the machine slightly.

3 August 2007 | autolocator, musician, surveillance, system, technology

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