TeamAlert uses push notifications to deliver alerts to Android and iOS devices in an instant. This allows for faster delivery, richer information, and more disruptive signaling to the recipient. Instead of a faint vibration and notification sound, we are able to wake up the device from a locked state, and deliver an undismissable combination of prolonged vibration and alarming sounds.
Communication doesn't stop at the delivery of an alert to a device. If the situation develops, you can simply send an update to the same recipients. In addition, all recipients can reply with comments and pictures, further documenting the incident. When the incident is cleared, you can close the alert, to let your people know that the danger is over.
Many incidents require alerting people who are located within a specific area. You might not know exactly where all your people are at any given time, but their phones know.
A location alert may therefore be sent to everyone, and let their phones use GPS and WiFi to decide whether or not they are in the area and alert their users. This way, only the people in the area will receive the alert, without their location ever needing to leave their phones. This also conserves battery usage, as the phone doesn't need to constantly check its location and send it to a server.
In addition to knowing that your people got the message, you may want to know where they are. Sending a user positioning triggers the phones to check their location and display it in your map.
To prevent any misuse of this feature, recipients are alerted when they are being positioned, displaying the sender, date and time.
During a situation that requires quick planning and action, making a call to a select group of people can be the best way to get make decisions and get quick feedback. Start conference calls with a team, directly from the app.
Powered by a sturdy telephony service with excellent sound quality, TeamAlert lets you start a conference call with up to 25 people.
Do you have employees that work alone or in a remote location? Let them know that someone is looking after them by having them start a mission.
A mission is a task with a specified expected end time. If the employee has not confirmed that the mission is completed by the expected end time, an alarm will be sent to the company’s assigned mission alarm subscribers indicating that something might have happened to the employee.
A mission also has a customizable reminder to warn the employee when a mission is about to expire. The employee can either extend the end time, or finish the mission before an alarm is sent. The employee’s last known location will be available to the mission alert subscribers in the web app for as long as the mission alarm is active.