Hi-Tech Security Solutions Magazine

Hi-Tech Security Solutions Magazine

November 02, 2018

The devices are self-sufficient, meaning they have their own SIM cards and operate without requiring the user to connect to a cellphone. When in an emergency situation, the user simply presses the panic button for three seconds and a signal is sent to the MyLifeline SAIDSA-approved control room. From there, up to five contacts receive an SMS with your details and the operator can dispatch emergency services to your location, which is determined by the built-in GPS and sent along with the panic signal.

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Paniekknoppie slaan groot prys los

Paniekknoppie slaan groot prys los

September 19, 2018

"Ons hoofdoel was om 'n stelsel op die been te bring wat onafhanklik van huisalarms en selfone is. Die eenhede moet dus self deur 'n beheerkamer kan kommunikeer"

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Security Focus Magazine - July '18

Security Focus Magazine - July '18

August 27, 2018

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MyLifeLine panic device to make South Africa safer

MyLifeLine panic device to make South Africa safer

August 01, 2018

Santam, South Africa’s largest general insurer, has announced the founders of an innovative panic device as winners of the 2018 Safety Ideas Campaign. Bester and Swanevelder created the panic device with GSM and GPS tracking to enable people to receive fast assistance wherever they may be. Affordable and accessible, they’re hoping their product will go a long way to making South African communities feel safer.

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Panic Device Product Wins Santam’s Safety Ideas Campaign

Panic Device Product Wins Santam’s Safety Ideas Campaign

July 31, 2018

General insurer, Santam, has announced the founders of an innovative panic device as winners of the 2018 Safety Ideas Campaign.

The MyLifeLine panic device product was created by Anton Swanevelder and Herman Bester, who are residents of Cape Town.

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MyLifeline to put R200k prize money into marketing, setting up web presence

MyLifeline to put R200k prize money into marketing, setting up web presence

July 25, 2018

Days after winning the Santam Safety Ideas Challenge, Stellenbosch-based wearables startup MyLifeline will invest a portion of its R200 000 winnings in marketing and setting up an online presence, says co-founder Herman Bester.

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Wearables startup MyLifeline wins R200k in 2018 Santam Safety Ideas Challenge

Wearables startup MyLifeline wins R200k in 2018 Santam Safety Ideas Challenge

July 25, 2018

Herman Bester, the co-founder of Stellenbosch-based wearables startup MyLifeline, has emerged the victor of the second season of the Santam Safety Ideas Challenge, walking away with R200 000 in seed funding.

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