The Trackplot App
The Trackplot Mobile App is a simple way for lone workers to keep in touch. It works across the UK where there is reliable mobile phone reception. It can be downloaded to both iPhone and Android devices.
The Mobile App can be purchased as a stand-alone product, which is suitable for lone workers who know they always have reliable mobile phone coverage. The Mobile App is included as part of the Trackplot World package, which is the preferred option for remote and outdoor lone workers that do not have reliable mobile phone reception.
What is the Trackplot Portal
At the heart of the Trackplot lone worker monitoring solution lies the Trackplot Portal. In the Portal you can monitor the location and status of your lone workers in real time throughout the day; set up processes and escalation procedures; and reporting.
How the Trackplot system works
Integral to Trackplot’s system are “notifications” which are different types of messages so you and your lone workers can keep in touch easily. Notifications include “Check-in”, “Check-out” and “Assist” so you can quickly establish the status of each of your lone workers. Embedded in the system is an automatic escalation procedure which, in the event that the lone worker is incapacitated, allows the alarm still to be raised.
How does Trackplot Mobile find me?
Trackplot Mobile works on a completely different system – it uses UK postcodes to determine where you are located. The SMS that you send to the Portal contains a postcode reference which is converted to a position.
Trackplot Mobile App features
- Quick to install
Easy to download and ready for immediate use.
- Simple status screen
Users can view and update their current status throughout the day, to see if they are ‘Checked in’ or ‘Checked out’, and confirm that their status message has been received in the Trackplot Portal.
- Easy layout
Obvious, clearly displayed buttons which are simple for lone workers to use.
- ‘Assist’ feature
The Assist button enables users to request help in a non-emergency situation such as a broken down vehicle or flat tyre. The user’s position is recorded and a message sent to the user’s contacts to notify them that assistance is needed.
- GPS signal strength
The Mobile App allows users to check the strength of their GPS signal and if it is weak they can revert to using their GPS Device to Check-In and Check-Out, request Assistance and raise the SOS alarm if needed.
- Customisable features
The Trackplot Mobile App has the flexibility for customised buttons to aid your lone worker task activity. Talk to us to find out more.
Do your lone workers suffer from unreliable mobile phone coverage? Find out more about Trackplot World