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REVLAB Technology Upgrades Hospitality Solution Device with Latest Panic Button App Features

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., Sept. 20, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- REVLAB Technology, a leading innovator in safety and security solutions, is proud to announce the latest update to its groundbreaking panic button app, designed specifically to safeguard hotel workers. With a solid commitment to the safety and well-being of employees in the hospitality industry, REVLAB has been actively testing and innovating new features to provide an even more reliable and efficient safety tool for hotel staff.

The most recent REVLAB panic button app update includes a much-requested feature: a 3-second delay. This innovative addition is designed to help prevent false alarms, ensuring that when a hotel worker activates the panic button, it is indeed a genuine emergency situation.

False alarms can have serious consequences including unnecessary panic, resource wastage, and potential damage to a hotel's reputation. REVLAB's dedication to addressing this issue head-on has led to the integration of a 3-second delay, requiring users to confirm their emergency within this brief window.

"We understand the importance of not only providing a quick response to emergencies but also ensuring the accuracy of these alerts," said Martin, Client Operations Manager of REVLAB Technology. "By incorporating a 3-second time delay, we are significantly reducing the likelihood of false alarms while still guaranteeing swift action when it's truly needed."

The REVLAB panic button app has already gained widespread adoption in the hotel industry due to its user-friendly interface, immediate response capabilities, and real-time location tracking features. The new update reinforces REVLAB's position as an industry leader in enhancing worker safety.

Additional features in the software include:

Two-Way Communication: Hotel staff can communicate directly with security personnel to provide critical information during emergencies.

Location Tracking: Real-time tracking via Bluetooth technology ensures that responders can quickly locate and assist the worker in distress.

Instant Alerts: Alerts are sent simultaneously to on-site security, management, and local authorities, streamlining the response process.

REVLAB Technology's ongoing commitment to improving safety and security in the hospitality industry underscores its dedication to providing effective solutions for hotel workers and management alike. With the continuous integration of new features, the Panic Button App sets a new standard for reliability and precision in emergency response technology.

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