The GPS alarm from MiniFinder gives care recipients an opportunity to live a safe and free life, based on their own circumstances. Our services can also be used to optimize work in healthcare and the public sector.
The safety alarms of MiniFinder consist of several innovative functions and if necessary, the healthcare workers can see the users position in real time. The GPS technology of MiniFinder is effective and relieves the staff’s daily work.
The MiniFinder can be worn in many different ways, for example around the wrist as a watch or removed from its casing and be worn around the neck.
In order for the care recipients to feel safe in all situations, the unit is designed with a panic button. In the event of unexpected events, the alarm holder can send an alarm to selected recipients. For added security, our GPS alarms can be connected directly to an alarm center.
The units are equipped with a reliable call function, and the user can call preset phone numbers if needed. Thanks to the call function, relatives can also contact the alarm holder. It’s a safety measure that reduces the care recipients and relatives' concerns.
MiniFinder’s GPS alarm contains a fall alarm that increases the safety of unstable care recipients. If the accident occurs and the care recipient falls, the unit sends out an alarm notification. In this way, the recipients of the alarm can quickly assist the alarm holder.
As a further safety measure, MiniFinder contains a heart rate sensor. The sensor sends an alarm when the user’s pulse exceeds or falls below a predetermined value. It gives healthcare professionals and relatives the opportunity to detect certain health problems well in advance.
Via the geofence function, healthcare workers can easily select safe areas. If a person leaves a secure area, the specified recipient receives an alarm notification.
Through the multi-control function, several people can access the tracking system. The knowledge that selected recipients are informed when necessary is reassuring to the user. Connecting recipients as caregivers and contact persons to the system can be a relief to relatives.