RDF-IoTTag-LW - Lone Worker Tracking Device monitors operators, security guards, production workers etc. body condition. The operator wears the device on a little back side of his/her waist. The sensors inside the device tracks man down (laying down) position, motionless (inactivity) and free fall conditions. Also, there is an optional air quality sensor for detecting the ambient temperature, humidity and VOC gas.
Security guard motion detection
Lone worker tracking
Panic condition detection
The device has 2 working options:
RF 868MHZ operation
868MHz RF Operation
In this type of operation, RDF-IoTTag-LW - Lone Worker Tracking Device only communicates with R&D Robotics IoT Gateways (RDF-GW - IoT Gateway PC) over 868MHz radio frequency. On the gateway side, the lone worker tracking device can send operator contidion to R&D Robotics IoT servers, or, to a PC over ethernet connection.
For Lone Working Tracking Device IoT Gateway PC PC topology, there must be another person like a security guard to see PC screen when an alarm occurs. On the other hand, a Modbus TCP I/O device can be connected to the gateway over the same ethernet network for creating alarms like sirens, red lamps, etc.
For Lone Working Tracking Device IoT Gateway PC R&D Robotics IoT Servers topology, the alarms are created by the servers and alarm statuses are sent by e-mails to mail groups. You can define multiple mail groups to the same device.
In this type of operation, RDF-IoTTag-LW - Lone Worker Tracking Device communicates with R&D Robotics IoT Servers over WiFi connection. The alarms are created by the servers and alarm statuses are sent by e-mails to mail groups. You can define multiple mail groups to the same device.
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