Lone Workers

Monitoring and Safety for Remote Employees

Some people are required to work alone in challenging environments for long periods of time.

Laipac's Lone Worker’s devices provide location, and alerts in emergency situations. Our web based tracking application www.locationnow.com can show your worker’s locations in real time. Alerts can be created manually by the worker, by pressing and holding the SOS button, or automatically by the locator in the case of a fall. In both cases, the alert is sent to the monitoring server, SMS messages are sent to a support number, and a phone call is made to a monitoring centre. The monitoring centre may also initiate calls to the locator should a need arise.

See how the application works below:

Login Screen

Enter www.locationnow.com in your Internet browser, this will take you to the login screen where you enter your User ID and Password to access the Dashboard.

Dashboard

After logging in, you will see the LocationNow.com Dashboard. From here you can access the information and functions related to the locator devices assigned to the account.

Geo-Fence

The Geo-Fence function is used to set up boundaries that will generate an alert if crossed by the locator. This provides an automatic time stamp for when a worker arrived on a site and when they left. A function useful for locating a worker in an emergency; and for billing for the time a worker spends on site.

G-Force

The G-Force function detects falls and other sudden changes in movement. The level to trigger an alert is user selectable.

History

The History feature is used to display a record of where the locator has been and when; table and map views are available.
The application diagram below illustrates how the system operates.

Related Products

S911 Lola™

The most popular personal GPS device with two way voice communication for mobile healthcare and lone worker applications.

S911 Bracelet ST

The most robust, waterproof and wearable GPS monitoring device for Law Enforcement and House Arrest applications.