Personal Safety Services
Personal Safety Services
Ctrack ICE2 is a multifunctional personal tracking and mobile panic alarm tool designed for all out of office/lone worker, security and workforce management environments.
With employees working out and about, the challenge of ensuring worker safety has always been a big one. You as a business owner want the ability to know where mobile workers are at any given moment, but you also want them to be able to call for help should things go wrong.
Benefits include location tracking, area zoning, check point monitoring, management reporting, limited dialling and panic button.
Look4Me uses the Vodacom cellular network to find the position of the Vodacom cellphone user you wish to locate. A written description of the location is sent to you via SMS. Alternatively, a visual map can be sent to MMS enabled cellphones or viewed at www.look4me.co.za
Look4Me gives you peace of mind. It allows you to locate a Vodacom cellphone user via your cellphone or the Internet, provided the user consents. Look4me is available 24 hours a day and does not require any additional software. Available to all Vodacom Contract customers.
Please note: Nobody may locate you without having provided prior explicit consent.
Register for Look4Help today and save precious moments in an emergency situation where every second counts.
Look4Help turns your cellphone into a silent panic button for use in emergencies. All Vodacom Contract customers can subscribe.
In an emergency situation, pressing the Look4Help panic button on your cellphone will send a distress SMS to four emergency contacts already chosen by you. The SMS will explain that you need help and contain details regarding your location. This will enable your emergency contacts to come to your rescue or try to contact you.
MTN WhereRU allows you to locate up to 10 MTN and Vodacom cell phone users via your cell phone or the Internet, provided the user consent. A written description of the location is sent to you via SMS. Alternatively, a map can be sent to MMS-enabled cell phones or viewed on www.MTNWhereRU.co.za
In an emergency situation, pressing the MTN 2MyAid panic button on your cell phone will send a distress SMS to 4 emergency contacts already chosen by you. The SMS will explain that you need help and will contain details regarding your location. Your emergency contacts can then come to your rescue or contact you.