Personal Emergency Response System (PERS) 

Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) and mobile PERS (mPERS) devices allow you call for help in a variety of emergencies; whether security based, self defense based or medically related. In different cases, they can be used by:

 Self-Defense

  • Women or Children for safety from any criminal situations
  • professional security guards calling for an emergency  

 Medical Alerts

  • Elderly health emergencies/injuries
  • Solo worker safety

PERS and mPERS are light-weight, battery-powered devices. You can wear one around your neck, on a wrist band, on a belt, or keep it in your pocket. When you need help, you press the transmitter’s help button, which sends a signal to the console. The console then automatically dials one or more emergency telephone numbers. Most PERS are programmed to call an emergency response center. The center will then try to find out the nature of your emergency before contacting the appropriate service to respond. They also may review your medical history and check that should be notified if you are activating a medical response.

. A PERS has many components:

·        Recording live images by built in cameras

·        Built in microphone

·        Fall detection or prevention

·        GPS location tracking

·        Home security monitoring

·        Active sirens

·        LED light flash

·        Waterproofing