Eiris Go mobile application

October 2013 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring, Products

Elpas, part of the Security Products business unit of Tyco, has announced its new Eiris Go mobile application. This mobile app for both Android and Apple smartphones is designed for use with Elpas’ Eiris RTLS Management Software.

Eiris Go brings Eiris real-time location alert monitoring and management to first responders, anywhere anytime. Eiris Go receives prioritised, targeted alerts, ensuring that the appropriate response teams receive the correct alerts. With Eiris Go, emergency field personnel can receive immediate, up-to-date indoor location positioning data about the location of a security situation as the incident unfolds.

Eiris Go is beneficial in many markets including healthcare, correctional, and commercial. Eiris Go can be used by care providers for rapid response to a resident’s medical needs. Security officers can receive urgent duress calls on their mobile phones assigning them to specific security incidents.

Eiris Go includes voice based emergency calling functionality when backup assistance is required by the responding field personnel. Additionally Eiris Go has a speed dial feature so that the responder can actually place a voice call into the location of the incident.

“For emergency field personnel, where response time is critical, delivering the location of the security incident to a mobile phone can optimise response time, gaining critical seconds, which makes the difference,” stated Michael Wasserstein, general manager of Elpas. “Eiris Go helps manage emergency situation response efforts and is another tool in the flexible notification system already available through the Eiris RTLS Management Software.”

Eiris Go is available for immediate download from either the Apple App Store or from Google Play.

For more information contact Tyco Security Products, +27 (0)82 566 5274, emallett@tycoint.com, www.tycosecurityproducts.com



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