SYSTEM WITH GPS
How does it work?
PRESS THE BUTTON
WE TAKE ACTION
AND SEND HELP
How do Mobile Emergency Response Systems Work?
Take your emergency alert systems with you everywhere you go. Wear it around your neck or carry it on a belt clip or in your pocket or purse. If you have an emergency and need to contact friends, family members, police, fire departments or emergency medical services press the button on the mobile emergency response system.
The alarm will connect you to our US-based Life Safety Operators through the cellular network. They will ask you what type of help you need and use the device's GPS location to send help.
What happens if I cannot respond in an emergency?
If you cannot respond during the emergency there is no need to worry. Our team of Life Safety Operators will contact your emergency contacts. If we cannot reach your emergency contacts, we will contact 911 and use the mobile emergency response system's GPS coordinates to dispatch immediate help.
Why not just use a phone?
We are asked this question every day. Why do I not just use my phone to call for help? While cellphones are a great mobile medical alert system they have many limiting many features. They are great if you can dial the phone number, explain where you are located, and notify the dispatcher of your medical conditions. In reality, doing all of these things in an emergency situation just is not possible.
Mobile emergency response systems are different because all you need to do is press a button to call for help. There is no need to remember a phone number, you don’t need to tell anyone your location, and our Life Safety Operators will already have a profile of basic medical information on file. That way if you are unable to respond during the emergency we can still send you help!
Those three key points give all of our customers more support and care in the event of an emergency than could not be done with a cell phone.
How is it Monitored?
Monitoring tens of thousands of customers nationwide.
Underwriters Laboratories listed (UL).
Specializing in 2-way voice communication.
Highly Trained Operators to CSAA Standards.
Who could benefit from a mobile system?
Who could benefit from a mobile alert system?
Most people believe that mobile emergency response systems are only for the elderly. The truth is that many other people benefit from our service every day! A few examples: