Lone Defender

The Lone Defender is a multi-faceted lone worker safety device that protects your workers in dangerous conditions. It offers GPS tracking, man-down detection, a built-in RFID reader to scan patrol tags, and more.
Remotely see exactly where a worker is at that very moment.
A worker is easily able to manually send an immediate alert to an emergency contact should they need to.
The Lone Defender is able to detect if a worker falls down and create an immediate alert in the system.
A list of contacts can be setup for emergencies. If the first contact does not dismiss the alert, the Lone Defender will move on to the next contact.
The Lone Defender contains a built-in RFID reader. Identify areas that have been patrolled by receiving alerts when checkpoints are reached (i.e. tags are scanned). Scanning tags will also identify the specific worker on patrol.

Real-Time Lone Worker Protection with
Two-Way Communication & RFID Reader

Lone Defender is a state of the art, robust lone worker safety solution which contains built-in GPS, a panic button, automatic emergency detection, two-way communication, and an RFID tag scanner. The battery is rechargeable (up to 75 hour battery life); the rugged casing is IP67 rated for use in harsh environmental conditions.

Features

Benefits

Real-Time GPS Information

Locate your lone workers within seconds if they press the “GPS” button or if an emergency situation is detected; the accurate GPS information of the lone worker is sent to the server instantly.

Man Down Detection

The device can detect position changes through acceleration. For example, if a worker falls down and doesn’t get up for a specified amount of time, the device will send an SOS signal with the GPS position to the server.

Two-Way Communication

A quick press of the button sends a text message to the pre-programmed phone number to call back or a long hold of the button allows the device to act as a cell phone and call out directly.

Device Durability

Lone worker safety and protection (IP 67) allows for use in almost any environment.

Panic Button

Send an “SOS” signal to ask for help in the case of an emergency. The SOS signal will be sent back to the server with GPS information.

Emergency Call Flow

If the first person on the call flow list is unavailable or doesn’t respond fast enough to the lone worker, it will go on to the next, until it reaches an available contact.

Rechargeable Lithium Battery

Provides a low battery alert, up to 75 hours of operation time between charges, and takes 5-7 hours to recharge.

View Trip & Alert History On Demand

View trip history and alerts on demand from the user-friendly dashboard. Manage alerts right from the dashboard and dismiss as necessary.

Built-In RFID Tag Reader

Lone workers can quickly and easily send up-to-date check-in information to alert managers of the areas that have been patrolled. Set-up multiple tags in one area for different customizable alerts to best suit your needs.

Features

Real-Time GPS Information

Locate your lone workers within seconds if they press the “GPS” button or if an emergency situation is detected; the accurate GPS information of the lone worker is sent to the server instantly.

Two-Way Communication

A quick press of the button sends a text message to the pre-programmed phone number to call back or a long hold of the button allows the device to act as a cell phone and call out directly.

Panic Button

Send an “SOS” signal to ask for help in the case of an emergency. The SOS signal will be sent back to the server with GPS information.

Rechargeable Lithium Battery

Provides a low battery alert, up to 75 hours of operation time between charges, and takes 5-7 hours to recharge.

Built-In RFID Tag Reader

Lone workers can quickly and easily send up-to-date check-in information to alert managers of the areas that have been patrolled. Set-up multiple tags in one area for different customizable alerts to best suit your needs.

Benefits

Man Down Detection

The device can detect position changes through acceleration. For example, if a worker falls down and doesn’t get up for a specified amount of time, the device will send an SOS signal with the GPS position to the server.

Device Durability

Lone worker safety and protection (IP 67) allows for use in almost any environment.

Emergency Call Flow

If the first person on the call flow list is unavailable or doesn’t respond fast enough to the lone worker, it will go on to the next, until it reaches an available contact.

View Trip & Alert History On Demand

View trip history and alerts on demand from the user-friendly dashboard. Manage alerts right from the dashboard and dismiss as necessary.