Sonim XP3 Sentinel

Thursday, 28 July, 2011

The Sonim XP3 Sentinel, a custom-designed phone for workers in the energy, utilities, construction, security, forestry, transportation and logistics sectors, keeps Australian workers safe while in isolated and potentially hazardous environments.

The phone is claimed to have been engineered to exceed the toughest tests: it can be dropped from 2 m onto concrete, submerged in 1 m of water for up to 30 min and operate in temperatures from -20 to +55°C. The phone has a Gorilla glass screen and meets the MIL-810F certification for resistance to humidity, salt, shock and heat. Its keypad is easy to use with gloved or wet hands and its high-volume speakers can be heard over machinery or sirens. In addition, the ergonomic design enables mobile workers to change settings and make adjustments to the phone easily, helping them stay focused on the task at hand.

It also features a high-performance GPS, dedicated emergency alarm buttons and a man-down motion sensor that can detect impact, tilt, free fall and no-movement. The product been configured to work hand-in-glove with the advanced 24/7 monitoring services offered by SafeLinQ.

The XP3 Sentinel handset is combined with SafeLinQ’s safety solution that also includes an emergency response call centre and uses the voice and data capabilities of a mobile network operator.

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