UK ‘GO ANYWHERE’ PERSONAL ALARM
The Personal Elderly Alarm is a simple, easily to use and accessible device that can make a world of difference in a medical emergency. These emergency alarm devices allow you to contact help in the event of a fall or other emergency. Whether you are a senior looking for extra security, a family member concerned about an older or disabled adult living alone, or a chronically ill individual wishing to give your family some peace of mind, you can benefit from considering a personal emergency response system.
The technology that supports this is an economical & extremely flexible system for leading edge emergency communications in any location – across a room, a building, a site, a city or a country. Works in the UK, Ireland, Scotland, Wales – in fact – anywhere world you take your own phone and have a data connection, the V.Alrt App & Button will work.
Irrespective of the application being a Farmer working in the field, a lone worker in a warehouse, a contractor on site you want to keep track of, or an aged resident having absconded from safe perimeter containment or perhaps a staff member visiting domestic residents at night, this low cost, palm sized personal alarm will identify the location of that person within approximately 5M. This is achieved by use of a combination of GPS and GSM technologies within your own smart phone.
The Personal Medical Alert Alarm is an effective Panic Button for use in emergencies where the wearer needs help.
The Personal Medical Alert Alarm operates by Bluetooth attaching itself wirelessly to your own phone where it is operated by a Free, easy to set up and use App.
When the button is pressed, it uses the technology in your own smart phone to instruct it to send an SMS to up to 3 emergency contacts.
The emergency contacts will receive the SMS “SOS HELP” from your Smart Phone.
The message can be personalized to display your own ‘Help Me’ message .
Within this text message, Smart phone recipients will also receive an internet hyperlink which once opened can identify the location of the person requiring assistance within an approximate 5 meters. (May vary depending on the users smart phone ability to fix a location)