Personal pagers are wearable buttons that allow individuals to contact our RSPs. They can be worn as a necklace, bracelet, or on a belt, and signal the RSP that the individual needs some support. After receiving this alert, an RSP would start two-way chat via the NOSS Panel.
Tilt sensors are typically placed on garage doors to send an alert when the door tilts, indicating that it has been opened or closed. Like door sensors, the information these sensors send can mean different things based on each individual's personalized protocols.
These plunger door sensors can be placed in the doorjamb of a door when regular door break sensors can't be used. The plunger is compressed when the door is closed, and extended when it's open. Signals are sent to the NOSS Panel when these states change, allowing RSPs to take appropriate action based on the individual's personalized protocols.
Bed sensors can be used to detect whether an individual is in bed or not. For people receiving overnight support, this is helpful as it enables RSPs to know they're up and about in the home. Just like with any piece of NOSS technology, how it's used is dependent on the needs of the individual.
Smart med dispensers, pre-filled by staff, allow individuals to exercise greater independence with medication self-administration. This med dispenser is connected with the NOSS system, allowing our RSPs to reach out to the individual if medications aren't taken at the appropriate time.
NOSS' motion sensors use the same technology trusted by the security industry. At their core, they send a signal to the NOSS panel when motion is detected in a room. But based on protocols, that signal could be interpreted differently. For one person, motion may mean they're up when they're supposed to be in bed. For another, it could mean they're up for the day!
Our smoke detectors function just like standard ones, except for one key feature. Our smoke detectors are connected to the NOSS panel, and can alert NOSS RSPs if smoke is detected in the home. This adds another layer of security for the individual.
Call buttons are just that, buttons, that can be placed anywhere in the home. Based on the individual's needs, protocols are developed to determine what that call button will mean when pressed. For one person, it may be placed in a bathroom and indicate they need help getting up. For another, it may be placed in the living room and just mean they want to check in and chat. The versatility of the protocols gives the call button extraordinary capabilities to help facilitate communication between the individual and NOSS personnel.
The NOSS panel is the key piece of technology in the individual's home. All the other sensors send information to it, and it sends the information to the RSPs at NOSS' central monitoring station. It's also equipped with 2-way audio capabilities, allowing RSPs and individuals to chat in real time.
This door break sensor is designed to function outside in the elements, providing the same functionality as an indoor contact sensor. When the two pieces are separated, such as when a gate is opened, an alert is sent to the NOSS Panel which sends the information to our RSPs.
Door break sensors are placed on doors, gates, or windows, and send sensor information to the NOSS panel when the thing it's attached to is opened or closed. Like most of NOSS sensors, this information is interpreted differently based on an individual's protocols. For one person, it may mean they've gone to work for the day. For another, it may just mean they're out to smoke.
For situations where individuals and their teams could benefit from the ability to remotely arm the NOSS Panel, we provide a key fob which can activate and deactivate our system remotely. This is another example of the flexibility NOSS provides when determining technology to be used in the home.
This temperature/water sensor is a versatile device that can be placed over a stove to detect prolonged heat (like if the individual forgot to turn off the stove) or by the floor of the bathroom to detect flooding. In any case, it allows NOSS RSPs to take appropriate steps or dispatch a responder to remedy the situation.