Members of the Nevada Hotel & Lodging Assn. can demo hospitality’s most reliable panic buttons delivering the fastest response times and beacon location accuracy at Black Fire Innovation
LAS VEGAS, Nov. 29, 2022 — Members of the Nevada Hotel & Lodging Assn. will flock to Black Fire Innovation this week to attend the 2nd Annual Hotel Tech Conference on Nov. 30th. The event will give hotel, resort and casino operators continuing education on trending topics and the opportunity to see the latest technology innovations – including React Mobile 2.0, an employee safety solution that delivers the fastest response times, highest panic button reliability and beacon location accuracy.
“Nevada has always been ahead of the curve when it comes to employee safety device implementation,” said Ryan Heideman, React Mobile VP of Sales. “As more and more states follow suit and mandate that hotels supply remote associates with panic buttons, droves of new suppliers are entering the market. This is concerning because not all panic button solutions are alike. Some vendors originate outside of hospitality and they don’t understand the intricacies of the hotel environment. Others may have longevity in hospitality, but panic buttons are not their core competency. They are simply adding panic buttons to their portfolios of unrelated technologies based on demand. This only puts people at further risk. To ensure a hotel is implementing a solution that is right for their people and properties, the smart bet is on React Mobile 2.0.”
Ace in the Hole
- The platform triggers a silent alarm that brings help without alerting others that a response is coming.
- Once the silent alarm on the panic button is pressed, a red light flashes to verify dispatch.
- In less than one second (when a responder receives the alert) the flashing light turns blue to notify the employee in distress that help is on the way.
- The solution prevents alerts from being triggered erroneously.
- It complies with Collective Bargaining Agreements that protect employees from being tracked on a property when not in danger, thereby saving panic button battery life and honoring employee privacy.
- It enables employees to receive safety alert notifications on their mobile devices and dispatch help.
- Management teams receive analytics measuring how long it took for an employee to respond to an active alert.
- All third-party iBeacons, such as Aruba, Cisco Meraki, and CommScope/RUCKUS® are supported. With iBeacon functionality already existing in the hotel’s WiFi access points, hoteliers will save up to 90% of workforce safety platform install costs.
- The NEW, highly sensitive machine-learning backend greatly increases location accuracy.
- A double-redundant alert pipeline ensures that alerts are dispatched from panic buttons to responders in the fastest time possible. React Mobile 2.0 delivers 99.9% of alerts in less than a half-second.
- Tap the button once to check battery life and network coverage where you’re standing.
- Two-way multi-lingual conversations can be facilitated in English, Spanish, French and Chinese. Any language can be supported on request.
- Single sign-on (SSO) authentication is enabled from existing employee email and password.
- Housekeepers and responders working at multiple properties can use React Mobile 2.0 across the enterprise.
“When choosing the right panic button platform for a property, there is no ‘luck of the draw,’” Heideman said. “This is an investment that must be made with intention. We look forward to seeing everyone this week in Las Vegas to discuss Nevada legislative requirements and show how React Mobile 2.0 is sweetening the pot when it comes to employee safety.”
To learn more about React Mobile 2.0, visit www.reactmobile.com.