Lookout Call adds GPS tracking option to latest release


Lookout Call, a market-leading lone worker safety system operated by C3, has added a GPS tracking option for its smartphone users.


The Lookout Call system is available to smartphone users with a Google Latitude feature. This enables employers to view the location information of potentially vulnerable lone workers via Google Maps.

“Google Latitude is an optional add-on for those companies who want the reassurance of being able to quickly see exactly where their lone workers are during the working day,” said Brian Caddy, sales manager at Lookout Call.

“The Lookout Call system asks employees to check in throughout the day with voice updates that detail their current location, and many businesses will see the GPS facility as a useful supporting feature to that.”

As Brian explains, the new Google Latitude add-on has been designed to complement the comprehensive Lookout Call safety system, which includes timed alarms, a panic button and a Watch Me feature. Employees must consent to using the program by adding their employer as a friend via the Google Latitude application, and all users can switch off the tracking device at any time.

If you would like to take a free trial of the Lookout Call safety system, currently used by over 18,000 workers across the UK, please contact Lookout Call now on 01223 427717.



About Lookout Call

Lookout Call’s lone worker safety system is used by more than 18,000 lone workers throughout the UK. It gives vulnerable lone workers protection by ensuring that colleagues are instantly alerted if they are overdue from an appointment, or notified that emergency assistance may be required. Lone workers use Lookout Call simply by calling the service from any mobile phone. No specialist custom built device is required.









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C3 have a rich history of providing specialist computer telephony platforms for more than 30 years, supplying some of the largest UK and Worldwide companies with PCI-DSS Payment, Multi-Channel and Virtual Contact Centers, IVR call flows and Telephone Voice Recognition. COVID 19 led to a rethink in business operation trends with remote workers leading to migration of onsite solutions to cloud based, CCaaS, CPaaS and UCaaS deployments. C3’s core technology-agnostic software gives their customers businesses the edge in competitive markets and helped to overcome the technical challenges of moving to the cloud .