Medical Alert Systems with GPS How it Works
When the Medical Alert Systems with GPS button on the watch is pressed, it will send an SOS alert text with location information to the phone numbers which have been pre-set by text message. These are set, and can be changed anytime, by sending a text message to the GPS watch.
The Medical Alert Systems with GPS will also call the alert numbers, in turn, until someone answers for a two-way conversation. The carer will know to expect a call because they will have already just received the text alert moments before. It’s an incredibly useful safety feature.
GPS Tracker requires access to the T-Mobile network. Check the 2G/voice coverage map below to ensure you have T-Mobile coverage in your area. Check for coverage.
GPS Tracker Mobile Watch is the Communication Center
There are 27 satellites orbiting the earth, and 24 are operational, the other three will become operational if one of the satellites fail. At any given time, there are at least three satellites that are visible in the sky from a location.
GPS satellites surround the world, so the GPS tracker will be able to get a location anywhere (as long as it’s not deep indoors). Your Medical Alert Systems with GPS Mobile button is the communication center of your system.
When you press and hold the SOS button on the GPS Tracker it looks for cell towers in your area and signals the carer your coordinates. Within minutes you will be in contact with carer thru an app on a smartphone to report the emergency. Within 30 seconds you will have a 2-way voice communication with the user and summons the help at that location. It’s that simple.
What Do You Need To Get This Working?
The GPS tracker just needs a SIM card – which we can install for you, for free. It is then like a small mobile phone, able to send and receive texts. You can text the GPS tracker from your own mobile phone to program the various functions, request locations, and call the GPS Tracker if you need to. The smartwatch can and make a call to telephone numbers on the whitelist. Just like a cell phone.
What’s more, the SIM cards we can include with your GPS Tracker will give you 75 Minutes Voice, 75 Text Messages, and 75 Mbps free credit when activated. So once activated you’ll actually have 1 month depending on how much you’re likely to use your GPS Tracker. Unless you think you’ll be making lots of outgoing phone calls from your GPS Tracker you need more minutes, text messages or data you can always switch to the $35.00 per month plan.
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Can the GPS Tracker Make and Receive Phone Calls?
The button on the side of the GPS Watch can be programmed to call specific numbers in the whitelist. The speaker and microphone then allow two-way communication just like a mobile phone.
The GPS tracker can also receive phone calls from anyone who calls it. This allows carers or relatives to be able to speak to the GPS Tracker holder, for example, to offer reassurance or convey information. The GPS Tracker makes an audible sound to the wearer. We offer a free pre-installed SIM Card.
Can GPS Tracker Watch Get A Good Signal Indoors?
GPS signals are good when the GPS Tracker Watch is outside or near a window. If the GPS watch is in a building and not near a window, then the GPS signal may be weak (resulting in slightly reduced accuracy) or absent.
The tracker will give you the next best thing though – the last known location (with the date/time of when it was found), or it will resort to using the mobile phone mast towers to find an approximate location and report that instead.
Geo-fencing – know if they wander.
The Medical Alert Systems with GPS Smartwatch can tell you when someone strays too far – and also exactly where they are. It’s useful for all sorts of situations – knowing if a vulnerable wanderer leaves their street or area, if your child leaves school, or even if someone enters an unwanted area.
With a simple text command, you set a radius from wherever the tracker happens to be when the function is set (at the person’s home). If the Smartwatch then strays beyond that set limit, then an alert warning text is sent to the three alert phone numbers.
You can also set the geofence to alert you if it goes into the area, rather than out of it. So if the person wanders to a place that’s dangerous or unwanted in some way – you will be alerted via SMS.
When a geofence is breached, a single alert will be sent to the alert numbers (up to three), which includes the location link. When the person then returns back into the safe zone, the geofence automatically starts again. So if they stray too far again, you’ll get the alert again.
Note: We recommend a minimum of 50 meters for geofences. This is because overnight when the tracker is indoors, the signal accuracy can reduce as satellites go out of and into view again. This can cause false alarms unless the geofence is big enough. Geo-fencing can’t be used to know if someone has walked through their front door for example. However, in good conditions or when outdoors, the GPS accuracy is within a meter – and this GPS Smartwatch is particularly accurate with an incredibly strong signal.
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Once the necessary information is transmitted to the center, in approximately 30 seconds your GPS Mobile Alert voice to voice talk feature is activated, and you can talk to the attendant at the center letting us know what kind of help you need.
The trained attendant then follows a preset protocol to determine if there is a problem. If there is a problem, the attendant then determines the extent and seriousness of the problem. Once this is determined the attendant then calls “respondents” (relatives, neighbors or friends who have agreed to help). In some cases, your local emergency services are called to your location.
How Does the Medical Alert Systems with GPS Heart Rate Monitor Work?
Unlike chest strap heart rate monitors — which closely emulate a real EKG machine by measuring electrical pulse — these devices use light to track your blood. By illuminating your capillaries with a LED, a sensor adjacent to the light measures the frequency at which your blood pumps past (aka your heart rate).
A person’s target heart rate should be 50 percent to 70 percent of his or her maximum heart rate. For example, using the results calculated above for a 50-year-old person, 50 percent, and 70 percent levels would be:
- 50 percent level: 170 x 0.50 = 85 beats per minute (bpm)
- 70 percent level: 170 x 0.70 = 119 bpm
- The watch strap allows for continuous tracking of your heart rate using our app.
Medical Alert Systems with GPS Features
* Network Model: GSM
* Data Service: GPRS
* 2G: GSM 850/900/1800/1900
* 3D Acceleration Sensor: Positioning accuracy to 5 to 15 m
* Battery: 500mAh Built-in
* Standby Time: 53 Hours
* Talk Time: 6 Hours
* SMS Tracking: Send SMS to watch to get the watch’s position.
* PC, Smart Phone Tracking: APP download by QR-code or from our website.
* LBS Tracking: If no GPS signal, auto change to tracking by LBS APP download by QR-code or from our website.
Now, you can also be protected when you leave your home. This product is well warranted in the scope of today’s world.