Click on the image above or scan the QR2id Code to see an example.
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Thickness: 1.2 mm
Size: 93 mm x 193 mm
(other sizes available to suit)
Coating: Exterior grade matt anodising
(coat with 2 part epoxy anti-graffiti if required)
Marking: CO2 Laser (Anodising colour transformation)
Identification: QR2id Codes or Intelligent numbering (contact us to discuss the options)
Localised emergency numbers:
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Bollard Material: Moulded-plastic
(manufactured from recycled waste plastic)
Height: 1.5m (1.1m out of ground)
Size: 125 mm x 125 mm
(other sizes available)
Plot & Audit provides a quick and convenient way to gather data about locations / assets / incidents / observations... More Details
Quick and convenient access to relevant information, with enhanced personal safety
Track / Distance Markers
Beach access locations
Fire trails / remote tracks
QR2id is low cost and highly flexible way to provide convenient access to information for users of an area through a standard QR Reader or web-browser, as well as making vital details available to emergency services when time and accuracy matter.
QR2id Location Markers create an accurate, reliable and accessible reference point for emergency services personnel.
Apart from longitude and latitude coordinates, QR2id can provide a great deal of other valuable information, including:*
The Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority (ESTA) provides the critical link between the Victorian community and the State's emergency services agencies. It provides Victoria's 24-hour emergency call-taking and dispatch services for police, fire, ambulance and VICSES.
ESTA has been responsible for managing a comprehensive Emergency Marker program in Victoria, enabling marker locations to be identifiable to call-takers in the Computer Aided Dispatch system.
ESTA is now building on the foundations it has laid over several years by leveraging the QR2id Service to extend information about Emergency Marker locations and selected data to Victorian government agencies, community groups, and the general public. Entering an ESTA Emergency Marker identifier at QR2id.com will now provide immediate access to the available information, and a link to that data can easily be shared with others by email or SMS.
Open data commitment
Amtac is currently undertaking a stakeholder consultation process with a view to making the QR2id Consolidated Locations dataset available via data.gov.au and through similar agencies internationally, as well as via a QR2id API. Naturally, only locations where clients have granted permission will be included. However, it is expected that there will be very few situations where locations are not included in the dataset, and in all cases the critical information is always available by entering the Marker Identifier / QR2id Serial Number at QR2id.com.
*Information displayed is highly configurable and able to be dynamically updated.