SecuraTrac’s smart security pendant helps to keep agents safe in the field



Real estate agents fulfill a vital role in helping their clients to buy and sell their homes, but the nature of the job means they’re often putting themselves at risk. As part of the job, agents are often left in vulnerable situations, alone with clients in isolated properties, which makes them a soft target for those with malicious intent.

In the event of an emergency agent’s can’t always grab their smartphones and call the cops, which is why SecuraTrac is offering its new mobile emergency pendant as a hidden alternative.

The Mobile Defender Model S is an ideal insurance policy for those who’re working alone out in the field. The device connects back to the main office, so the company you work for will be relayed information on your whereabouts. It will inform the office or emergency services in the event of an accident or attack.

Called the MD-S, it has a variety of applications. For instance the pendant offers state-of-the-art location services and the ability to detect when the wearer falls over. It can detect horizontal and vertical movement and should a worker be unable to reach a phone, it can even call in emergency responders automatically.

The MD-S also sports the Wake-on SOS feature for extended battery life. Using this feature, the MD-S is able to stay away for up to 30 days on a single charge because it remains switched off until an SOS is activated. This saves on battery juice while allowing the device to switch on, transmit its location and put in a phone call to the emergency services after the SOS has been activated.

In light of recent high-profile incidents involving real estate agents being attacked while out on the job, the Mobile Defender Model S pendant is a unique device for keeping agents safe.

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