More than a device: TWIG is a complete personal safety system
device + software + settings + system + support + service
Wide product range
The TWIG product range includes personal safety alarms, short range devices (SRD) and accessories designed for a wide variety of usage in lone-worker safety, telecare and mobile asset security. TWIG Integrator Kit resources enable device integration to a third-party Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) system. Our comprehensive device settings customize TWIG devices according to your specific needs. The modular system is completed with turn-key assisted GPS (AGPS) and ARC compatible with the TWIG personal safety alarms.
All TWIG personal alarms are designed to be scalable by needs. TWIG’s personal alarms provide multiple choices in functionality and design: robustness, dedicated buttons to enhance user interface, vibrator, loud speaker, compact shock-resistant and waterproof (IP67) casing. Variable options enable TWIG for a specific application: SRD (short range devices) such as check-in tags, door alarm, remote activation button, cellular 3G, GPS, man-down, motion and magnet accessories further contribute to device versatility.
Highly customizable devices with scalable functions call for professional support. Our engineering know-how in personal telematic for more than 20 years ensures our customers get the information they need to ensure lone-worker and personal safety.
We strive every day to provide our customers with excellent customer service. Most inquiries are answered the same day. Most orders are shipped within days. We don’t generally request minimum order quantity.
The TWIG offering is completed with fast and flexible customer service. Request a quote also for our Value-added Services: In addition to our original warranty we offer an extended warranty. On request we can offer tailored sales box configuration and device settings according to customer needs. We finalize turn-key sales packages with customer SIM-card provisioning. On request, also device mid-life upgrades (MLUs) are possible.
Employer risk management
Employers are responsible for the health, safety and welfare at work of all their workers including lone-workers, lone-workers should not be put at greater risk than other employees. By the risk assessment of their lone-worker jobs, employers should foresee emergencies and identify situations. When taking care of the sufficient risk assessment and lone-worker protection the employer not only creates a safer working environment but also effectively manages liability risks. Our mission is to provide trustworthy, state-of-the art lone-worker alarms, answering the call of duty of care.