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Provide remote support, help resolve problems and save lives with the Helpy Oops. This portable device is ideal for use on industrial sites, in remote locations and for protecting vulnerable people.
How It Works
Helpy Oops is the latest development in PPE (personal protection equipment). This rugged, portable device can receive phone calls and has a button that allows the user to phone a pre-determined number and talk handsfree. In the case of an emergency, the user can press a panic button that will phone up to 12 numbers and send an alert with their precise location. Finally, the device will also automatically send an alert if the user has a fall or leaves a predefined geographical location.
- GPS tracking – The Helpy Oops has an integrated GPS receiver that allows it to be located at any time. Simply SMS the device and it will automatically send an SMS back with a link to Google Maps showing its precise location
- Panic Button – In an emergency the user can press a panic button which will cause it to call up to 12 pre-saved numbers and send an alert with the precise location of the device
- Two-way communication – The device can receive phone calls and has a call button that allows it call a pre-determined number. It can also operate handsfree.
- Emergency alerts – The Helpy Oops continuously monitors its precise location and automatically sends an SMS alert if it detects a fall or if the user leaves a predefined location
- Fully customisable – The device comes with desktop and smartphone software that allows a manager to customise the device to suit their respective needs.
Remotely monitor your company’s various processes and operations with this range of 48 specialist wireless sensors. The sensors available include being able to monitor temperature changes (in both locations and within machinery), electricity (different voltage and current), water, humidity, pressure, light, motion and carbon monoxide gas levels, if a door is open or closed and the degree of tilt. Can be used individually or in tandem and are easy to install and monitor, simply:
- Plug in a wireless gateway
- Attach the sensor to the machines or areas you want to monitor
- Receive alerts and updates on your computer or smartphone
Can add significant benefits to many industries particularity the manufacturing, medical storage, food processing, IT and logistics.
Pepper Spray Alarm
The pepper spray alarm is a non-lethal crime deterrent system that releases a cloud of highly repulsive and irritating pepper gas which stops the criminal from acting.
- Fast acting – Prevents burglary, intrusion and related violent crimes in seconds. Recommended for retail stores, gambling outlets and storage facilities
- Flexible – Can be integrated with your existing alarm system to activate in the event of a break-in. Alternatively, it also comes with a panic button, allowing for immediate activation.
- Stand Alone – Can operate independently and in remote locations. Ideal for stopping vandalism, the theft of cables and for combating livestock theft and animal predators in agribusinesses
- Cost effective – Saves money by reducing the number of guards in your employment
In the video below the Pepper Spray Alarm is highly effective at preventing unauthorised personnel from entering a restricted zone in a factory.
A professional network installation can provide significant cost-effective solutions to your company’s IT needs, as it takes the guess work out of IT network maintenance and support and saves you money from significantly reducing downtime. At Intellisec we provide a variety of networking services our most popular is in providing a Systems Architecture and a Wireless Mesh Architecture.
A system architecture is a model that defines the precise structure and functionality of a specific system or network. It’s created prior to developing a new system and takes into consideration the specific business requirements, the site layout and the various technological options available. The main benefit of creating a systems architecture is that it illustrates all the components within the proposed system and how they will interact, in a clear and easily understood manner. This ensures that all stakeholders, from the project manager to the installing technicians, are fully aware of the precise system requirements and ensures there is no ambiguity, misinterpretation and any erroneous implementation.
Wireless Mesh Architecture
Wireless Mesh Architecture is the first step towards providing a high-bandwidth network over a specific coverage area and consists of a wireless mesh network (WMN) made up of radio nodes organised in a mesh-like fashion. Each node is a peer radio device which sustains signal strength by breaking long distances into a series of shorter hops and this means it doesn’t have to be cabled to a wired port like traditional wireless LAN access points. Intermediate nodes not only boost the signal, but cooperatively make forwarding decisions (i.e. routing) based on their knowledge of the network.
IntelliSEC makes use of Ubiquiti, Mikrotik, Radwin and Duxbury hardware to build reliable, cost-effective wireless networks to stream video and data on a customised, bio-directional network to suit each client’s specific site management demands.