Ogden, Utah-based Freeus LLC, www.freeus.com, a wholesale provider of innovative two-way voice mPERS (mobile personal emergency response systems) businesses in the U.S., has launched its newest generation of mobile PERS, Belle.

Belle enables users to press one button to get help at home or away, anywhere in the U.S. where there is AT&T, www.att.com, 3G coverage, says the company. Belle does not require a landline or base station. It is shower-safe, lightweight, and easily worn or carried with the included lanyard.

Belle features upgraded hardware and powerful two-way voice technology, and it comes with a charging cradle. Belle’s unique approach to power management allows the battery to last up to 30 days per charge, the company says.

Belle connects users to emergency care specialists at a UL-Listed, www.ul.com, CSAA-Certified (Central Station Alarm Assoc.), www.csaaintl.org, Five Diamond central station 24/7 with the press of a button. Care specialists can speak with users and view user-provided information. Depending on the help that is needed, care specialists can send loved ones or emergency personnel to help.

If a Belle user needs to be located in an emergency, specialists can transfer the user to 911 for location and dispatch. Specialists then can reconnect with the user to wait on the line until help arrives.

The remotely redundant, cloud-based Orion M2M platform developed by Freeus provides power to Belle. Orion fuels the functionality of Freeus mPERS devices and integrates them with cellular networks and the central station. It also provides tools for dealers to manage their customers’ mPERS devices.

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