App for iPhone and Android (Samsung, OnePlus, etc.)
On-screen SOS button & Power Button Press sequence
Optional wireless keyfob for remote activation
True Man Down Detection with pre-warning alarm
GPS/GNSS and Indoor Positioning without tracking
TPA Timed Check-in with GPS/GNSS positioning
Simple and easy to use
Atlas SOS provides users of Android and iPhone smartphones with both SOS and Man Down alarm activation. SOS/Emergency facilities can be easily accessed from an on-screen button, power button press sequence, dedicated SOS button on Ecom/Sonim, MX, BX, Hytera, Samsung Xcover, and many other rugged smartphones and via the Atlas SOS+ Keyfob.
Positioning of a lone worker is via GPS and/or WiFi, Beacon giving both outdoor and indoor location services. Alarms can be delivered via GSM(SMS &Voice), GPRS, 3G, 4G, 5G and/or WiFi giving users the best available coverage.
TPA (Timed Personal Alert) check-in timer features are built-in. TPA continues to work even when there is no mobile coverage. With a timer running, the user can receive up to 4 reminders of the pending expiry. Users can extend or cancel the timer at any point. If the TPA expires an alarm is automatically activated.
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