Tough Corp Launches the Sonim XP3340 Rugged Phone with SafeLinQ Lone Worker Protection

By: Tough Corp  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Mobile Phone, Lone Worker Protection

Tough Corp announces the launch of the Sonim XP3340 SENTINEL ultra rugged mobile phone with SafeLinQ Lone Worker Protection.

The ultra rugged Sonim XP3340 Sentinel offers a safe and highly reliable solution enabling you to easily send an alarm signal when in need or in case of emergencies. With one press of the button you can easily send red, amber or green alerts with location information to the SafeLinQ platform. You can use the SafeLinQ service via the out-of-the-box web solution or integrate it in your own IT environment by means of an API. By default access you will receive access to your own online dispatch emergency centre where you can monitor and manage alerts and print reports.

“I take great pleasure in announcing the IP68 rated Sonim XP3340 ultra rugged mobile phone.  With the current occupational health and safety demands on emergency workers as well as mining, construction, utility and security companies the Sonim XP3340 with man down functions coupled with the SafeLinQ software, offers safety and security to lone workers everywhere.  This Sonim XP3340 will compliment our existing range of rugged computers, rugged laptops, rugged PDAs, rugged keyboards, rugged cameras and rugged printers and will create exciting new opportunities,” said Joel Taylor, Tough Corp’s Brand Manager for Handheld Devices.

The Sonim range of ultra-rugged mobile phones are designed specifically for Construction, Mining, Utility, Emergency Workers as well as trades people working in harsh, rugged environments.

Keywords: Lone Worker Protection, Mobile Phone

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