In order for this push button to work, a CrisisGo Safety OneClick Kit must be purchased.
A Quick and Affordable Solution for the Front Line of Safety
With emerging safety mandates, like Alyssa's Law, schools find themselves in need of emergency assist buttons that can initiate a lockdown and notify first responders. If an emergency occurs, all they have to do is press a button: An emergency alert will be triggered, the safety team is immediately notified, and emergency response initiates.
IoT help buttons can be used in a variety of situations to greatly improve safety:
- Easy to press for fast response.
- Installed easily as a help button in any classroom, safety hot spot, or area where mobile devices aren’t permitted.
Can be assigned to substitute teachers, auxiliary workers, or
volunteers (Backup help button for staff who aren't tech-savvy).
Maximize Reliability and Performance with LoRaWAN® Technology
CrisisGo's IoT safety solution is based on LoRaWAN wireless technology, which allows schools and organizations to implement help buttons that do not rely on or bog down your wifi. This easy to set up system provides several advantages for safety:
- Reliable signal strength, penetration, and range.
- CrisisGo provide tools to make sure when a gateway is set up that they can confirm connectivity before installation.
- No strain on wifi network, as all devices connect to the LoRaWAN gateways.
- Increased battery life for buttons, as they are not constantly draining battery by searching and connecting for wifi.
- Easy setup and minimal monitoring/maintenance required.
The single push button sensor can be used as a panic button, personal emergency response (PERS), remote control, or other remote push button applications. When the button is pressed, an alert is sent to the wireless network.
- Based on LoRaWAN wireless technology
- Very long range up to several miles
- Excellent wireless penetration through structures such as walls and floors
- Enclosure tamper detection
- Automatic error reporting through supervisory messages
- Over the air configuration