While the elderly are enjoying the latest technology gadgets kids not want to lack behind in using the latest technology gadgets but most of the smart watches provides functionality that parents do not want their kids to use them. Some apps that can be loaded on the kids smart watches are not even allowed in the schools. While the schools are protecting the kids from using phones at school parents are feeling the pressure of getting in touch with kids to know their where about. Considering various requirements from the parents some of the top concerns that parent have are
Issues with smartwatch for kids: Some of the top concerns that parent have are
- Getting connected to kid immediately without disturbing the class
- Parents do not want their kids to be distracted and dial various phone numbers
- Parents want to know where their kid is at any given point of time
- Parents want to control internet access on the mobile device
- Parents want to know the health statistics of the kid
- Parents want a one touch button for emergency that will connect the kid to the parent
VEESAG’s latest smart watch MPERSENS will solve all these problems
Getting connected to kid immediately without disturbing the class: Push message notifications from parents will keep the kid informed or deliver the message real time.
Parents do not want their kids to dial various phone numbers: Kids can dial only 6 pre-configured numbers. VEESAG MPERSENS can load 3 numbers as emergency and 3 numbers of call center which can be dialed on push of a button
Parents want to know where their kid is at any given point of time: GPS in MPERSENS can give precise information about the location of the kids. Geo-Fence can be setup so when there is a breach an alert will be sent to parents or caregivers along with the latest location details.
Parents want to control internet access on the mobile device: Kids cannot browse or play on the smart watch
Parents want to know the health statistics of the kid: On demand health statistics can be provided to the server
Parents want a one touch button for emergency that will connect the kid to the parent: One touch SOS button on the watch will dial the pre-programmed numbers and enable a 2-way conversation.
Background of Medical Alert Bracelet: Being a stranger, more about you can find yourself juggling between options of uncertainties when you see a pedestrian immediately collapse in front of you. In such cases any information or advice, especially for the strangers present at the location, can prove to be the difference between life and death. What did medical community come up with?
Inscribed Medical Alert Bracelet
To tackle such events, medical community proposed the idea of medical alert bracelets. These tags were supposed to be worn as gears by people who were suffering from some medical condition, with relevant piece of information inscribed on them.
What type of information?
This information could be the personal details of the wearer, the medical condition they were suffering from or contact information of a helper. The constant variables could be anything but it soon became clearer that not all variables could be inscribed on these bracelets.
Although these inscribed medical alert bracelets are still being widely used and designed, it was time to improve on the suggestion.
Medical Alert Bracelet with memory
The medical community now integrated a USB with these tags that held all the relevant information. For sure it was now possible to carry more information but not all computer systems were receptive to these because of potential malwares that they may contain. As a result paramedics again struggled. And the strangers? Well not everyone is supposed to be carrying a laptop with them.
Now what to do?
QR Coded and NFC Tagged Medical Alert Bracelet
The next solution that came in was the QR coded and NFC tagged medical alert bracelet. What this improvisation did is, it enabled the strangers and paramedics, to scan the code through their mobile and access the online database which could help them take an immediate action. An SOS button was also now inbuilt to automatically alert a portal just by pressing it in case if there was an emergency.
But again the shortcomings were apparent.
As much as the constants like personal and medical details play an important part, the real time variables also play a more significant role in planning immediate steps that could lead to recovery. Vital signs and external environment conditions are examples of such real time variables. And obviously not every time a stranger would be close to press that SOS button.
It was time for a major industry player to deliver and VEESAG has delivered!
MPERSENS — Revolutionizing the Medical Alert Bracelet
This smart watch comes with integrated sensors that not only captures information about vitals like heart rate and pulse rate but it also tells about the surrounding temperature, humidity and UV incidence. Not only the constants but also the real time variables can now be displayed and relayed with ease.
Calling for help?
Equipped with gyro and proprioceptor sensors, it detects falls and you don’t actually have to press that SOS button to alert up to 3 call centers and 3 personal contacts. If that’s not enough, you can set geo fencing through this smart watch and alerts can be received if a wearer steps out of a preset boundary. Moreover it not only alerts but also provides the location through integrated GPS system.
Does it improve communication?
Yes for sure. You can send and receive messages through portal, enabling two way communication and it also has an inbuilt speaker and microphone that lets you have verbal communication if needed.
The smart watch comes packed with various other features and a battery backup of 3 days. Coalesce of care, promptness and technology is what makes MPERSENS an innovative medical identification tag.
Looking for a best activity tracker that can monitor health, Fitness, Sleep and Activity to track your overall progress and keep up with good health, VESAG MPERSENS provides a total 360 degree view of your physical fitness by providing various parameters and help monitor them remotely if needed through a cellular data connection which is embedded in the watch for remote monitoring.
Health Tracker: While there are many health tracker devices available, VEESAG emerges as a winner with various features for health tracking. VEESAG MPERSENS provides an option to pair with various medical devices and transfer the readings to central dashboard through ZigBee short range wireless connection from the watch. Customers can see trends on the data by capturing the readings frequently, Threshold alerts can be setup so that when the watch receives abnormal results which are then transferred to the server an alert will be sent to designated person for immediate intervention.
Fitness Tracker: VEESAG Watch comes with embedded GPS which will constantly send the GPS location so when the wearer is performing physical activity like cycling or running system will automatically measure the distance he travelled by using the GPS coordinates and a rewards points are allocated which can be used towards monthly subscription.
Sleep Tracker: VEESAG watch has embedded accelerometer which will automatically measure about the orientation of the device and transmit to the server so if the person is sleeping server will automatically know the position. When paired with pulse oximeter VEESAG watch will continuously transmit the pulse rate and oxygen saturation results to the server. Detail reports can be generated on the server to analyze and see if there is a drop in oxygen levels when sleeping at a specific angle. This data is very important when someone is actively working on controlling their blood pressure. Typical sleep trackers that are available cannot provide oxygen saturation data.
Activity Tracker: Most of the activity trackers use accelerometer only for tracking. VEESAG watch has built-In GPS, accelerometer, magnetometer and gyroscope sensors inside the VEESAG watch that will provide a detail view of the steps taken and distance travelled, calories burnt will automatically get calculated using this data and displayed on the portal.
It is important to have an option of calling during emergency when the wearer over exerts themselves to meet the goals. In-Built cellular connection with one touch emergency button provides a quick way to reach emergency personal when there is a need.
Conclusion: VESAG MPERSENS smart watch is not just medical alert device it is much more than a traditional personal emergency response device and provides functionality for various activities, some of the key features include SOS call, GPS, Medicine reminder, Fall Detection and Remote Health monitoring.
What is PERS or Medical Alert?
PERS stands for Personal Emergency Response Device, PERS devices are usually connected to traditional telephone lines and operate within around 300 feet from the base which is plugged into the power socket. Some models of PERS devices have a wireless pendant which can be used around the house, But these devices cannot help when the person is beyond the designated range which will defeat the purpose of personal emergency response.
What is MPERS or Mobile Medical Alert?
MPERS stands for Mobile Personal Emergency Response Device, these devices operate on mobile or wireless technology, there are various acronyms for these devices like Mobile PERS or MPERS or Cellular PERS or Wireless PERS devices, These devices requires a monthly cellular subscription with the carrier. Few of the MPERS devices provide an option of two way call with the call center or family member when SOS button is pressed. Some MPERS devices have GPS in-built and can help locate the wearer when the SOS button is pressed. Very few MPERS devices have fall detection built-in so that when a fall is detected an automatic alarm can be sent to either family members or care givers. VEESAG Advanced Health watch is one of the most advanced MPERS device.
What is MPERSENS or Wearable Mobile Medical Alert?
MPERSENS stands for Mobile Personal Emergency Response Device with Sensors, It is the most advanced version of the MPERS device, Apart from the features like SOS, GPS, Two Way Call, Fall Detection there are multiple features that were built into the device.
Medicine Reminder is a feature that helps in reminding medicines when its time for medicine, this feature can be used to remind diet or fitness or any other tasks.
Family Share option allows the user to share with other members in the family. When a family member uses the same device they have to select the sub account number on the device and all the data will be transferred into the sub account in the main portal account.
Multiple sensors like Accelerator, Gyroscope, Magnetometer, Ambient light sensor, Proximity Sensor, UV Sensor, Temperature Sensor and Humidity Sensors provides priceless benefits to the user.
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|Connectivity||Traditional Land Line||Wireless||Wireless|
|Range||300 Feet or less||Anywhere in the world where there is cellular coverage||Anywhere in the world where there is cellular coverage|
|Battery Outlet||Connected to Power Outlet||12 to 72 hours depends on GPS Frequency||12 to 72 hours depends on GPS Frequency|
|GPS||Not Available||On some models||Built-In|
|Fall Detection||Fall Detection pendants might be available for some models||Fall Detection pendants might be available for some models||Built-In|
|Geo Fence capabilities||On Some Models||Built-In|
|Medication Reminder||On Some Models||Built-In|
|Remote Health Monitoring||Built-In|
|Past Medical History||Built-In|
|Heart Rate Monitoring||Built-In|
Life is short stay alert
According to CDC one in three seniors fall every year and falling once doubles the chances of falling again.
- One out of 5 falls causes a serious injury.
- Every year more than 2.5 million people are treated for emergencies due to fall.
- At least 700K people get admitted into hospitals due to fall resulting in hip or head injury
- 95% of Hip fractures are caused due to falling sideways
- Falls are the most common reason for traumatic brain injuries.
- Direct medical costs for fall injuries are $34 billion annually and hospital costs account for two third of that.
Major factors for senior falls:
Major causes of falls in seniors are due to vision problems, and lack of physical activity. New England Journal of Medicine indicates that seniors that do fall in their own homes and cannot even reach a phone will remain on the floor incapacitated on an average of 18 hours.
Vision: It is important to wear the glasses that are prescribed and re-examining every two years to make sure the current eye glasses fits your needs.
Lack of Physical Activity/Osteoporosis: Lack of physical activity can lead to major problems like loss of balance, bone mass or even poor muscle tone. Osteoporosis causes the bones to be brittle and a fall can result in fracture. Installing support handles at the frequently visited places like bath rooms, bed rooms and kitchens can help them control their balance.
Medications: Some drugs can make you drowsy and lead to fall. It is often important to follow the guidelines of the prescription after taking the medications.
Chronic Conditions: Chronic diseases like Alzheimer’s and dementia can often impair their ability to think and act safely.
How VEESAG Smart Fall detection device/watch (MPERSENS) can help seniors:
Protection Everywhere: VEESAG Smart Watch MPERSENS works anywhere in the world where there is cellular signal and it is unique from many other devices which works within 300 feet away from the base. Falls can happen anywhere when the seniors are on the move. So MPERSENS provides safety not just at homes.
Always on Wrist: Unlike many other medical alert systems VEESAG Smart watch is strapped to the body so there is no risk of losing the device due to fall.
Automatic Fall Detection Sensors: Automatic fall detection sensors can generate alarm to family members/care givers and even inform support center based on the preferences that were setup in the portal.
One Touch Emergency: Seniors can speak to the remote monitoring station through the watch. There is no need to press a button to accept the call when the call is from the pre-programmed number and speak through the built-in speaker phone.
Location Reporting: Once a fall is detected or when the location reporting is turned on, call center or family members can locate the precise location so that immediate help can be provided by dispatching emergency personal personally or through call center.
Medication Reminder: Medication reminder in the watch can alert the wearer about the medicines that they have to take and reducing the risk of falls due to missing the dosage or even alerting the emergency personal about the recent medicines taken which might be the cause of the fall.
Diet & Fitness Reminders: Diet and fitness reminders can be set remotely on the watch and wearer can stay healthy by following the regimen and keeping up good health reducing the risk of fall.
Conclusion: From workable solution and it’s well thought of features, VEESAG supports the wearer not just at homes but hundreds of miles away from home providing a better safety and security to seniors that fall down and can’t get up on their own. VEESAG helps by coaching them with pre-emptive measures and trying to avoid the fall while helping them to keep up with good health. VEESAG MPERSENS is not just a medical alert device or personal emergency response device, it much more than the latest mobile personal emergency response devices that are available in the market.
MPERSENS from VEESAG: A Foolproof Medical Alert System
VEESAG is the front-runner and pioneer of some of the latest wearable medical alerts inventions in the industry. Lately, VEESAG has introduced their top of the line smart-watch, the MPERSENS. As a next generation product, this smart-watch features a personal emergency alert system that is unrivaled in the industry and available in both CDMA and GSM technology. Hence, it essentially provides effective radio communication services and channels, and cellular network to lace distress calls across the globe.
The smart-watch is equipped with outstanding features focused and emphasizing on instantaneous relay of distress calls and messaging on a broad network of cellular connection and radio frequencies. Some notable features included within the smart-watch are:
- The ability to track location of user. (GPS one, GLONASS support)
- Two Way calling mechanism, and built-in speakers and microphone.
- A battery life of 3 hours talk-time.
- Built-in hub device to relay and receive data through wireless connectivity.
- A simple to use, easy one-click button for SOS notification to call centers.
- 3 to 4 days standby time.
- Ability to display user’s speed, coordinates and altitude information.
- ARM Cortex M3 processor, 32Bit, 72Mhz frequency, 512K flash memory and 2MB EEPROM.
- Software based Cell Tower and Wi-Fi triangulation.
- OLED display screen, 160 x 128 pixels, with 262,144 color depth.
Direct Cellular Connectivity instead of Home Gateway
The smart-watch is available for both the CDMA networks:
- Sprint CDMA network
- Verizon Wireless network
The wrist-watch is also proven compatible for GSM networks such as 2G/3G networks around the globe. The added benefit of using cellular signals to connect with help centers and emergency protocols allows greater connectivity options rather than traditional landline or Wi-Fi which at times have signal availability issues. This makes it into a much safer and more compatible emergency foolproof device since no home gateway access is required.
GPS based Location Tracking
The MPERSENS utilizes various GPS configurations to track the location of users using cell tower triangulation at times when signals are weak. GPS based tracking also allows for users to remain connected with help at all times. This makes it highly sufficient at various locations providing the users with the safety across majority of location across the globe. The smart-watch also features one touch buttons to send distress calls and massages at regular intervals. Up to three emergency numbers and three call-center helpline support number can be programmed within the watch.
Mobility vs. Immovable Medical Alert Systems
Many medical alert systems nowadays are immovable hence they cannot be carried around by users due to their sheer size and weight. The smart-watch is an attractive gear that can be easily worn by users on their wrist with adaptable straps making it easy to carry around with you. The feel and design of the watch can also serve as a fashion statements due to its appealing look and eye-catching color schemes. Hence, the product itself is exceedingly more appropriate than many stand alone and immovable medical alert systems.
With all of its up-to-date features and accessibility options, the MPERSENS is here to quickly change what we view as safer and better traveling with location tracking and cellular data network coverage. With its simple and easy to understand functions and one—click SOS button, it indeed leaves behind many competitors such as bulky, standalone medical alert systems.
The MPERSENS smart-watch is a revolutionary product that allows for the least number of fail points. It is an outstanding technical gadget which keeps the user’s safety and well being kept at the highest level of priority along with simple to understand functions and easy to use features. A marvel of the latest technology has to offer.
Choosing the Best Device for SOS
In times of need and emergency there is always a rush. As we become mentally aware of a dangerous situation, and our adrenaline levels rise making for swifter and precise movements. How can technology help us?
In a lot of situations where there is a possibility of an accident or a calamity, information our need for support is invariably tied up to the following criteria to provide evasive maneuvers such as:
- Design and Accessibility Features— such as dedicated one-click emergency calling that allow quick and easy access and are supportive for users ranging from kids to senior citizens
- Basic and Advanced Features—such as simple texting and dialing to internet connection, and radio services, location tracking, and supporting various other features like past medical history and latest vitals etc. that are needed during emergency
- Battery Life—that is able to provide long durations of sustainability in areas where immediate charging isn’t available
- Easy to follow and apply Help and Support features—for users that range from 12 years old to 64 years and older keeping simplicity and convenience in mind
Keeping along these lines, let’s pitch the latest technological gadgets against each other to decipher a sure winner for emergency and threatening situations.
VEESAG’s MPERSENS vs. Smart Phone SOS App and Smart Watch SOS App
A company founded in 2010 and quickly revolutionizing the Wearables industry with state of the art product, VEESAG introduced its next generation line up for smart watches, namely the MPERSENS Safety Watch. The smart watch is designed for user’s wellness, personal emergency response system with sensors for remote monitoring. The product is priced at $250.
User Benefits for safety and security
- People who aren’t tech savvy, children and the elderly (from 12 years old to 64 years) can easily access the emergency SOS button. Emergency calls can be placed and messages can be sent to help centers by a dedicated button. The notifications are then sent to family and caregivers depending upon the preferences.
- Wireless built-in hub helps users to relay and receive data on a regular basis, making the data accessible to medical care and emergency agencies.
- Built-in speaker and microphone allows two-way communication in adverse conditions where help and care is required.
- Extensive battery life allows a continuous calling time of 3 hours, and 3 to 4 days of standby time.
Advantages over SOS Apps
With most of the other advanced emergency support devices having a price tag as high as $300, the VEESAG’s MPERSENS is a smart choice for users. While many devices support emergency calling and related features for personal wellness, they are difficult to operate and don’t provide an easy access to users ranging from kids and seniors. The VEESAG is easy to carry, and operates with simple click buttons allowing swift access to many of its fundamental features, making it stand out from competition.
While there are various SOS App for Smartphone or Smart Watch, they can often be time consuming to operate as it involves switching or paneling through various screens or unlocking the screen. Additionally, they don’t have a dedicated, easy to access, single-click button. In times of emergency, timing is of the essence as every second counts. The VEESAG’s MSPERSENS SOS Watch not only offers quick and easy access to various SOS options, it has lot of other features like a dedicated button to connect call center during non-emergency, medicine reminder, family share and 8 different sensors for remote monitoring. A definite winner among other related products.