The user can make full use of these rugged smartphones as a communication tool while having the security to be protected in case of remote working or immediate danger.

Indeed, if the user is conscious he can activate the SOS Buttons, and if he is unconscious then the lone worker protection app will automatically send alerts using GSM/GPS/GPRS technologies.

These phones are also available in versions dedicated to explosive atmospheres, the ATEX areas. (Zone 1 and Zone 2)


MGEX 320.1

MGEX 310.2

Lone worker SMARTphone MGD002

Optimum security for lone workers

The application inside the phone is native, so it can not be disabled unlike basic lone worker applications on Smartphone that do not sufficiently secure the user.


Alert in all circumstances

It is the only phone equipped with two identifiable SOS buttons allowing total accessibility in all situations. Two different alarm levels can be programmed, such as the discreet mode and the sound mode.
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MGEX 320.1 – ATEX 1/21

Priority to the safety of the isolated worker for ATEX zones 1/21

Its native algorithm offers the highest level of protection to the worker in isolation thanks to his man down detector : five automatic detection modes associating the loss of verticality and the absence of movement.


An exceptional communication tool

The phone MGEX320.1 can also satisfy by its many features that make it an excellent smartphone certified for zone ATEX 1/21.
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MGEX310.2 – ATEX 2/22

A man down phone certified for ATEX 2/22

Thanks to its ZONE ATEX 2/22 certification, this rugged smartphone perfectly meets the constraints of professional use: industries, laboratories, SEVESO classified sites, etc…
In your company, a risk analysis is mandatory, especially to provide control means adapted to the situations for your workers isolated in ATEX areas at risk of explosion.


Security for your isolated workers in risk areas

The MGEX320.2 provides also a lone worker app that secures the user in the lone worker situation.
Many alarm modes are customizable, including automatic detection of loss of verticality (during a fall for example) and detection of the absence of movement (in case of discomfort for example).
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