A compact, easy-to-use remote alert system

Helpy Oops is the innovative GSM/GPRS/GPS remote alert device for the independence of elderly and disabled people and for the safety of children, pets, athletes and workers. Thanks to the possibility to insert a micro SIM, Helpy Oops combines the functionalities of a mobile phone to the best technologies on the market of remote alert systems

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RESCUE
CALLS

With Helpy Oops you can send distress calls simply by pressing a button. You can save up to 12 numbers in its phonebook; Helpy Oops calls them one by one until some one picks up the call, and will send an SMS with the exact location of the device.

FALL
DETECTION

Special motion sensors allow Helpy Oops to send automatic emergency calls if it detects an accidental fall. The person who receives the call will always know where you are, as the device automatically sends them your location via SMS.

GEOGRAPHIC AREAS
- GEOFENCING

Through the GPS signal, Helpy Oops can constantly locate the person in possession of the device and provide their exact geographical location at any time. It is also possible to set some geographical safety areas. If the end user is out of range, the device sends text messages or makes emergency calls.

POSITION
DETECTION

Thanks to an integrated GPS receiver, you can locate Helpy Oops at any time. Just send your request via SMS to the device: Helpy Oops texts you a link to Google Maps. Using your smartphone, you will see the position detected by the GPS module and get driving directions to reach it.

PHONE
FUNCTION

Remote alert device or mobile phone? Both. With Helpy Oops you can receive and make hands-free calls automatically or by pressing a button.

And that is not all. Besides geolocation, Helpy Oops allows you to check via SMS the battery status and the residual credit in the SIM card, or receive automatic alerts when the battery is low or the credit is insufficient.

To find out all about Helpy Oops remote alert system watch the presentation video or visit the FAQ page.