• Mobile App

    Take communication and safety with you when you go and check in with team members, send emergency instructions to pop up on mobile screens and use app as a panic button to request help and show location.



    • Check in with team members on the move, individually or as a group.
    • Push emergency instructions to pop up on mobile screens.
    • Use app as a panic button to request help and show location. 




    • Push emergency alerts and instructions to everyone.
    • Push and color encode text messages up to 350 characters to one person or an entire group.
    • Configure response buttons for recipients to check in (e.g. ‘I’m Ok’).
    • Send your GPS location, name and cell number back to the server with the Geo-Locator Panic Button.
    • Automatically notify first responders.
    • Send requests to a group of recipients and allow them to respond with configurable buttons (e.g. to fill a nursing shift or find a substitute teacher). 




    • A digitized emergency response plan assures that it works anywhere, at any time.
    • Admin and first responders can track the status of everyone in one simple user interface and can also do this on the move.
    • Admin and first responders can pinpoint the location of anyone who requires assistance.
    • Mobile users can stay connected to team members and get help when they need it. 

    Requires the installation of the LSI Mobile App on each device, IOS or Android. 




    • Mobile Application Module
    • Tier 1 License per end device 




    • Server Platform - one of the following components:
      • Small Intel Server: Model-NUC Small Form Factor (LSI-H10200)
      • Dell Server: Dual Power, Hardware RAID (LSI-H10302) – optional redundant configuration
      • Virtual Server: Requires client to provide virtual environment and network/tech support
      • Customer Provided Server: Minimum server requirements – optional redundant configuration




    • Server
      • 1 static IP, subnet, gateway, DNS, per device
      • 3 static IPs, subnet, gateway, DNS, per device if using a redundant configuration
      • Standard power (110V or 220V) per server
      • Ethernet network connection required for each server
      • UPS recommended
      • It is the responsibility of the customer to appropriately configure their network equipment so that the server pair appears to be residing on the same network and subnet.
      • NOTE: Serial and parallel ports have been disabled on the LSI server


    Download Mobile App Product Sheet