What Is SafeKard ?

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SafeKardTM is a secure, wearable, ID badge holder with a built-in panic button.  This revolutionary device allows emergency responders real-time location monitoring of its users when the panic button is pressed.  Once activated, SafeKardTM sends the user’s information and location until help arrives. 

RFID Card Key Access

Existing ID Badge Slides in Bracket

Personal Locator Panic Button

102mm

65mm

8mm

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LoRa Module 

NFC Reader

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SafeKardTM

Smart

Supports RFID Readers

NFC Enabled

LoRa 

Durable

IP67 Waterproof Level 

Convenient 

Free-air Wireless Charging

5 Month Battery-life

5 Mile Range (per gateway)

SafeKardTM & Key Card Access 

You can use SafeKardTM to unlock doors with key card access.

Behind the tech in SafeKardTM

WHAT IS LoRa?

LoRa is a long-range, low-power wireless protocol that is quickly becoming the standard technology for the Internet-of-things (IoT) networks worldwide. Already in use in over 100 countries and more than 85 million devices, LoRa is the future of affordable communications solutions. With respect to SafeKardTM, LoRa operates in the 800 – 900 MHz frequency range, securely communicating with multiple low-cost gateways capable of transmitting a user’s location up to 5 miles away, without relying on GPS. The SafeKardTM platform interfaces with both public and private networks.

 
What IS NFC?

NFC stands for near-field communication. It is a method of wireless data transfer that detects and then enables other devices in close proximity to communicate with SafeKardTM  without the need for an internet connection.

What IS RFID?

RFID stands for Radio-Frequency Identification. It is the wireless, non-contact use of radiofrequency waves to transfer data. When a user’s ID badge is inserted into the SafeKardTM, the information from the card is wirelessly transferred and securely stored in the device

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