secureall system

Tracker Feature Summary
  • Multiple directional antennas
  • Internal & external tracking
  • Supplemental camera activation
  • Supplemental alarm activation
  • Enhanced router functionality
  • Extreme low power communication
Tracker Benefits Summary
  • Complex-wide precise location tracking
  • Blind spots eliminated
  • Real time evacuation management
  • Asset theft detection & tracking
  • Cell phone & email alarm capability
  • Real-time safety management & control
  • Minimal installation & maintenance expense

The tracker is similar to SecureALL's router product. It is ceiling mounted but has very directional antennas, which allow it to pinpoint the location of a U-Key within a facility, eliminating the problem of not knowing on which floor a person is located. This is extremely important in the event of a natural disaster (i.e. fire, flood, earthquake, etc) and will allow emergency rescue teams to go directly to the location of an individual, avoiding the wasted time required by a room-to-room search. This will clearly be a lifesaver when rescue time is short. Many facilities will choose to turn on tracking capability only in the event of an emergency. Building maps can be installed in the system for ease of resident location. Supplemental video cameras can also be activated when pre-defined conditions occur and alarms emailed or texted to appropriate personnel.

In retirement communities, and especially those with dementia or Alzheimer's units, the ability to track and locate residents wandering around a facility in the middle of the night will prevent serious injury or loss of life. The tracker can instantly identify if a resident is out of their room when they should be sleeping and send a message to the central nurse's station with exact location of the wanderer, who can be returned to their room before they are hurt.

The tracker also allows owners and administrators of retirement homes to measure how well the staff is doing their job. Since each staff member carries a U-Key at all times, the tracker can continuously check location and ensure their activities correspond with assigned tasks (these “business rules” are set up by their management), such as how quickly they respond to a resident call button or if they bathed a resident at the assigned time and day. If one or more of their obligations is not met, the system will flag the miss and include it in a performance report, custom designed by the home's management.

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