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Our solution will protect you wherever you are. Our packages offer a unique system equipped with various devices tailored to protect you in all circumstances. The system is based on the latest Internet and Bluetooth low energy technology as well as Smartphone technology via a centralized alarm server, and it is built in such a way that everything is taken into account. Even if there is a breakdown in the network, the system will alert the user that it is down and users can then assess their situation for their continued progress. 

There are several products which you could use separately or all together. The system collects the alarm signals from either 2SafeYou application, wearable alarm button, mounted alarm button or Bluetooth ID Cardholder. Via WiFi the signals go to the Bluetooth Receiver then to the Response center which sends them to the local guards, police or client’s response team. All this happens within seconds, saving valuable time. More importantly, if one of the local guardians accepts the alarm, other guards stop seeing the signal. The guard who accepted the message will go to investigate the matter, allowing other to continue work. Subsequently, if  none of the local guards accept the signal, it automatically goes further to police or rescue force or etc. 

Also, the lone-worker mode which sends automatic notifications every 5 minutes (for example). When on duty, the lone-worker clicks on the notification, acknowledging it. Therefore,  if the lone-worker misses the notification, an automatic signal immediately goes to the Response center.

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Download the 2Safeyou Alarm App from the App Store & Google Play 

There are several useful features which can increase staff safety at work. Those are:

Panic button

Works when the phone is online and the app is running on the background. Panic button sends the signal to the response center and informs the guards about the situation. 

Assistance button
Is the second alarm button which sends the signal the same way but also informing the guards that the situation is a minor threat. Also, assistance and panic calls can be sent to the different recipients. Hence, Panic signal can go to the police and assistance to the facility security guards.


Lone-worker mode
When the Lone-worker is activated, it regularly sends “Are you OK?” notification. The worker shall acknowledge (accept) this notification if it is possible. In case the worker can not acknowledge it and misses the notification, the alarm signal automatically goes to the response team.


Self test
The self-test mode allows to test the connection and the devices. For example, worker can perform a self-test by pressing the alarm button on the ID Cardholder. This signal will not go to the response team but will show up in the system.

Job description
First and foremost, job description allows a lone-worker to add a message when switching on the lone-worker mode. When the alarm signal goes to the response team, location data and job description text goes with it. 
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Physical devices charge data
The Bluetooth Cardholder should be charged every two weeks via USB. Mountable panic button is battery powered and the battery should be changed manually every 2 years. Wearable panic button is powered by the battery and requires new battery 3 month when paired with the phone application and every 9-10 month when used with Bluetooth receiver. Charge level is visible when the devices are paired with the phone application.

ID-Cardholder setup menu
The interface allows to change signal types, add guards. 

Alarm menu
Adjustable menu options, change alarm sound.

The Bluetooth ID Cardholder functions as a regular cardholder, whereby standard ID cards and Access Control cards can be inserted.

However, the built-in wireless Bluetooth unit combined with a panic button on the back of the badge allows discreet panic alerting and positioning.ID-CardholderZONITH-ID-Badge-Discreet-Panic-Button

First and foremost the receiver is one of the key elements of our solution. It has a very important function of monitoring alarms. This is exactly why we mount them around the buildings and connected to the LAN or WiFi usb dongle so we can monitor it all the time. When the alarm is being raised via panic buttons, it transmits the alarm further to where the customer requires it to be sent.

Another very important function is the device positioning. This precise feature helps to position the panic button or the ID Cardholder or another ZONITH devices indoors or outdoors. So its very important for alarm handling and overall institution or company security. Also they are deliberately white and square so they fit into most offices. They are normally mounted on the ceilings or on walls, and they have a shape just like a regular WiFi router. This is intentionally made so it doesn’t look like a safety device.

Each Bluetooth Receiver connects to the building’s network via LAN cables or company WiFi and sends its data to the ZONITH server software packages.

In the app interface the user can change the alarm sound. Also the user can change the signal scheme: one click and two clicks, long click and so on. 

The ZONITH Bluetooth IO Module is being used for monitoring digital alarm input signals from 3rd party alarm panels and technical installations such as PIR sensors, door lock alarms, CCTV camera alarms, access control systems, temperature alerts etc.

Any alarm with an “open/close” function can be interfaced to the IO Module.

The alarm signals are wirelessly transmitted to the ZONITH Bluetooth Receiver and from there passed over to the ZONITH Alarm handling platform from where the security or maintenance staff can be called in automatically.

Misuse of the system, warnings and sounds.

My Smartphone produces ‘Beep Beep” sound. If the smartphone loses internet connection, the icon on the top turns red and the app starts producing “beep beep” sounds. You must check your internet connection.

How do you know how much power is on the ID Cardholder? You can see that on the top of the app beside the Cardholder icon.

Your Smartphone can no longer “see” the ID Cardholder, it produces “beep beep” and the ID Cardholder icon turns gray. The phone will continuously make sounds until it is in the range of the ID Cardholder. You can pause the ID Cardholder if you have forgotten to bring it with you. Remember to switch it on again when you have the ID Cardholder.

Why could the smartphone lose contact with the ID Cardholder? The smartphone can lose contact with the ID Cardholder for 3 reasons. 1) the ID card holder is more than 10 meters away from the phone. 2) the ID Card Holder has run out of power. 3) the Bluetooth connection is off on your smartphone.

I do a self-test and press the ID Cardholder’s panic button, but nothing happens. Make sure that the ID Cardholder is not paused and is connected. If it doesn’t work the same, look in the app’s menu for the ID Cardholder and make sure that the right one is connected to your smartphone.

I have clicked several times on the Panic button on the ID Cardholder but there was only 1 alarm signal? Once you have pressed alarm, the devices are in Alarm mode and you cannot make more alarms for 2 minutes

Do I have to pair the ID Cardholder with my Smartphone like all other devices? No, you only have to pair it in the App.

I do a self test and the alarm comes through but doesn’t show any address? You may have switched off GPS or you are indoors where the Smartphone does not have GPS coverage.

The 2SafeYou System is connected to Jyske Kontrolcentral, which, in case of alarm, notifies the authorities, who comes to your rescue.

Mountable button can be set by the customer team. There is no need for installators to come to the spot.

Following the instruction, the system can be settles very easily. The receiver msut be connected to LAN or WiFi (via WiFi dongle), to the power socket and to the application. Customer can add ID cardholder by pairing with app or Receiver. Also, customer can add wearable panic button by pairing it with the app.

Following the instruction will make the installation very simple. BT Receiver must be connected to LAN or power socket and WiFi dongle.

A customer can adjust the options. There are several types of the response teams, the local guards, the rescue group, the nurses, the police, the firefighters etc. 

Lone-worker solution

Payment is proceeded by registered payment method bi-yearly, yearly or quarterly, depending on your subscription plan. Payment is withdrawn in advance.

Contact us and we will help you to choose the most suitable option.

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A small business where the employees require protection, location tracking, and automatic lone-worker notification system.

For example, a shop, or a clinic or a bar can mount a mountable panic button.

A nurse can wear a wearable panic button and ID cardholder when attending patients.

Lone-workers can use 2SafeYou application with the Lone-worker mode.

In order for 2Safeyou to be the best and product for the price, that expense has been cut away. However, do not hesitate to leave us a message.

2SafeYou does not provide internet connection. 

2Safeyou devices use either existing WiFi or LAN connection of the customer.

Keep the devices away from water and dust. 

When positioned outside, the Bluetooth receiver should be put in the waterproof box.

Read the device instruction to change the battery.

The Bluetooth Cardholder should be charged every two weeks via USB. Mountable panic button is battery powered and the battery should be changed manually every 2 years. Wearable panic button is powered by the battery and requires new battery 3 month when paired with the phone application and every 9-10 month when used with Bluetooth receiver. Charge level is visible when the devices are paired with the phone application.

  • Global Positioning System. The GPS system consists of 24 satellites that orbit the earth. By using the radio signals of the GPS satellites, a precise position can be calculated for the Lommy Eye unit, with address indication of street name and approximate nearest house number. If the GPS function in Lommy Eye is activated, the position is shown with a marker on the map. With GPS positioning, the device will consume more power from the device than GSM positioning. It is therefore recommended that you only activate the GPS function for shorter periods at a time, for example in a sharp retrieval situation, in order to preserve as long a life of the battery as possible.
  • Global System for Mobile communications. GSM is the most widely used form of mobile telephony in the world. By using GSM signals from several transmission towers, an approximate position can be calculated for the device with an address indication of a city. The GSM position is shown as a circle on the map. The unit is not necessarily in the center of the circle, but only in or around the circle area. In order to minimize power consumption, the device should use GSM positioning as standard – this will achieve the longest possible lifetime for the battery.

Contact our safety experts

Kristoffer

Mail: info@2safeyou.com

Phone: +45 5388 4530

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