The user can have confidence that Chiptech GO will operate in rain or shine, during any recreational activity, as Chiptech GO is water resistant and durable.
Chiptech GO has a range of friendly voice messages to provide users with information on the status of their personal help device.
Visual feedback is provided by the multi-coloured LED lights that illuminate around the outer edge of the device.
The user has the ability to conduct a system check. This informs the user of the battery status, the 3G cellular coverage and checks if GPS can be obtained, while logging their current location.
When Chiptech GO is activated the alert is sent to the Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) . This is followed by GPS co-ordinates being sent to mapping software or SmartCare Locate; a purpose built web application that displays Chiptech GO’s current position.
Chiptech GO will work with a user’s existing Chiptech telecare base unit to send regular tests when the user is at home. Chiptech GO
will report that it is ‘home’ to SmartCare Locate in the event of an alert for help.
Chiptech GO will connect to the SmartCare Cloud when placed on the charger, and can be updated remotely to receive additional features, setting changes, or to apply firmware updates. This ensures operational efficiency and optimal performance.
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Chiptech GO communicates with a 24/7 Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) team.
Chiptech GO has a built-in speakerphone system, which allows a two way conversation in the event of an alert for help.
Voice messages will inform the user when the battery is low.
Chiptech GO also provides helpful feedback of its operation during an alert for help.
The lost mode feature means the GPS location of Chiptech GO can be sent, after a predefined number of hours of no movement, so the device can be found.