The Red Wolf High Level Monitoring Lone Worker system provides ‘out of the box’ or bespoke hardware and software solutions to suit you best. As members of the Red Wolf pack, you and your staff will always be safe – even when alone in a hazardous environment.
The Oysta Pearl+, Oysta JustInCase, and Oysta Ranger are powerful GSM/GPS/WiFi personal security and safety devices that will give you confidence at all times, in any situation. The service is integrated with Red Wolf’s Security Network Operating Centre (SNOC) through an API, giving you 24/7 monitoring and full
Each Oysta device allows the user to send us an alert, along with their location, at the push of a button. It also reports important supplementary information including speed, non-movement, falls, impact, battery power, and route history.
As a result, the Lone Worker services we offer are practical and wide-ranging. For example: staff can use devices as proof of attendance by recording their time and location, the fall sensor automatically generates ‘man down’ alerts, users can easily send pre-defined messages along with their location to a phone number, and we can even tailor personal safety zones that are set to create alerts.
The devices primarily transmit their GPS location information to our SNOC using GPRS, but they use text messaging as a fall back option in areas with poor coverage. This not only assures constant monitoring, but also helps control your costs.
- Fall detection
- Verbal two-way communication
- GPS location updates
- Low battery alarms
- Out of zone alarms
- Welfare checks and automatic reporting
- Power status
- Non-movement alarms
- Proof of attendance
Why choose the Oysta lone worker solutions from Red Wolf:
- Get the latest technology
- It’s an internationally proven and easy to use global platform
- You will control your costs and improve ROI
- Use it straight out of the box
- Utilise bespoke hardware and software
Who needs an Oysta?
- Security guards
- Care and community workers
- Lone workers
- Vulnerable people
- Abuse and domestic violence victims