• Fall Detector
  • SOS Button
  • GPS Locator
  • Two Way Calling

Industry Sectors Associated with the CPR Guardian Personal Alarm Watch

  • Elderly Care: The watch is specifically designed to cater to the needs of the elderly, providing them with safety and monitoring features.
  • Assistive Technology: The watch serves as a technological aid for individuals with disabilities or health conditions, helping them live more independently.
  • Telehealth and Remote Monitoring: The GPS tracking, heart rate monitoring, and SOS features allow for remote monitoring of the wearer's health and location, aligning with the telehealth trend.
  • Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS): The watch acts as a personal alarm system, allowing wearers to alert caregivers or emergency services when they're in distress.
  • Consumer Electronics: As a wearable device with integrated technology, it can also be categorized under consumer electronics.
  • IoT (Internet of Things): The watch's ability to connect and communicate its data for remote monitoring places it within the realm of IoT devices.
  • Mental Health and Well-being: Given its applications for individuals with dementia or Alzheimer's and its potential use for those with anxiety or other mental health concerns (knowing they can alert someone if they're in distress).
  • Occupational Health and Safety: For lone workers or those in potentially hazardous jobs, the watch can serve as a safety tool.
  • Life Science: Life science encompasses areas that study living organisms and life processes. Given that the CPR Guardian Watch is designed to monitor health metrics like heart rate and is targeted towards individuals with specific health conditions, it can be related to the life science sector, especially in the context of health monitoring and patient care.
  • Domiciliary Care (Home Care): Domiciliary care refers to care provided in a person's home. The watch's features, such as fall detection, SOS emergency assist, and GPS tracking, are particularly relevant for individuals who require care and monitoring in their homes. It allows caregivers and family members to respond promptly to emergencies and keep track of the wearer's well-being, making it a valuable tool in the context of home care.

Remotely monitor The Wearer Using Our CPR Monitoring Portal

Manage unlimited devices on our online monitoring portal, view the wearer’s location and health activity at any time.

  • Manage 1000s of Devices
  • View Tracking Playback
  • View Heart Rate and Pedometer Data
  • Set Geo Zones
  • Alarm and Medical Reminders
  • Edit Device and User Information
  • View Real-Time Tracking Information
  • View Alarm, Device and User Statistics
  • Remotely Monitor The Wearer