The ST-911 Law Enforcement GPS Tracking Bracelet is the latest technology being used to track paroles, low risk offenders, and people released on bond.
This unique device is revolutionizing police departments with features such as two-way voice communication, an SOS button which establishes a two-way voice call while sending a text and e-mail, automated tamper detection and notification, several alert options, rugged durability, and many standard features such as real-time GPS locations and geo-fencing capabilities.
The SOS button will call any predetermined number and establish two-way voice communication. Additionally, it will send a text message, an e-mail, and a notification to your system’s web dashboard.
If the bracelet’s band is cut or opened, a notification will be sent to a designated phone and/or e-mail.
Establish a designated perimeter for the device and receive enter/exit alerts if it is crossed. The alerts can be sent by text, e-mail, or to the system’s web dashboard.
You may log into the web platform and ping the current real-time GPS location.
Alerts can be received via text, e-mail, or to the web system. When an alert is sent, the bracelet will go into real-time tracking mode until the alert is canceled. Alerts include geo-fence perimeter crossing, g-shock, bracelet tampering, speed limits, and more.
During sudden movements such as a fall or impact (between 1-5g’s), the device will send an alert via text, e-mail, and/or the web platform. This is an optional feature that can be disabled if not applicable.
If the device is called, it will answer automatically in 3 rings and establish two-way communication.
The bracelet is water and splash resistant, however it is not recommended to completely submerge the device.
The device can be secured to a person using a locking mechanism on the band, which also serves as an anti-tampering notification tool.
The bracelet’s battery life is approximately 40 hours, therefore daily charging is recommended.
The web platform for the bracelet is powered by Location Now, which is state of the art software. This advanced technology utilizes a constellation of 24 satellites offering worldwide coverage to determine accurate locations. Additionally, GSM and GPRS cellular technology is used to connect bracelet information to the web dashboard. The web dashboard displays all data and information in a powerful user-friendly package.
Web System Screen Shots
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