The Freeus eResponder is a mobile personal emergency response system (mPERS) that features two-way voice communication.
A common question we hear from our dealers is, “What if I need service on a Freeus device?”
One simple way you can increase activation success and reduce troubleshooting is to check cellular coverage before you activate a customer’s Freeus mPERS device.
When you set up a new customer with a Freeus mobile PERS device, one question you may want to ask is whether the user has a lockbox or other way for emergency personnel to enter their home in an emergency.
Freeus mPERS devices offer the ability to enter up to five emergency contacts on each customer account, and dealers can help advise customers on who could be best to add to the contact list.
Something Freeus dealers frequently do is replace devices for existing customers and reassign existing devices to new customers.
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Dealers may hear it while talking to a prospective customer or loved one about PERS: “Oh, those products are for old people. I don’t need that.” But mobile PERS is changing the game by offering safety and peace of mind, plus independence and freedom.
U-TDOA (uplink time difference of arrival) is the technology that 911 operators use to locate cellular callers using the GSM network. U-TDOA is used to locate more than 5 million callers per month.