GlobalSat Panic Button

  • LoRaWAN-based panic button
  • One button for both the power-on and Panic function
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Built-in three-axis accelerometer for motion detector
  • Built-in BLE for beacon indoor positioning
  • Durable and rugged design built to withstand harsh environments | Resistant to water and dust
  • Can be easily attached to clothing or other objects for quick access in case of emergency
  • Sends a panic alert signal when pressed, providing instant notification of the emergency

The GlobalSat Panic Button model MY-501H is a high-quality LoRaWAN sensor that provides reliable emergency assistance in critical situations. Compact and easy to use, this panic button is ideal for lone worker safety.
The GlobalSat Panic Button is designed for indoor and outdoor location tracking using BLE and GPS technology. It is compact, light, and easy to use. The device also has a rechargeable battery to provide primary power usage. The MY-501H panic button, featuring a durable and rugged design, is built to withstand harsh environments and is resistant to water and dust. The panic button can be easily attached to clothing, bags, or other objects for quick and convenient access in case of emergency.
When pressed, the wearable panic button sends a panic alert signal, providing instant emergency notification. Facility personnel is alerted to the device’s whereabouts to provide assistance.

Use Case Applications:

  • Construction workers: Often work alone or in remote locations, where accidents can occur without immediate assistance. The GlobalSat Panic Button can be used to summon help in case of an accident or emergency quickly.
  • Healthcare workers: Such as nurses or doctors in emergency rooms or who work alone in home healthcare or hospice settings can use the panic button to quickly call for assistance if they feel threatened or are in danger.
  • Security personnel: Those who patrol large areas or work alone at night can use the panic button to alert backup in case of an incident.
  • Delivery drivers: Delivery drivers who work alone and may be at risk of theft or violence can use the panic button to alert authorities in case of a dangerous situation.
  • Field technicians: Field technicians who work alone in remote locations or must enter customers’ homes or businesses can use the panic button to call for help in an emergency or if they feel unsafe.