Tell Tail - Emergency In-Car Messaging. Products

By: Telltail  05/12/2011
Keywords: security, Vehicle, Messaging Services

The telltail classic Is Ideal For

Disabled Drivers.Medical Conditions (such as heart, asthma sufferers).Medical Staff on CallTaxi DriversVehicle Breakdowns.

How does it works?
A remote fob is installed in an accessible position within the vehicle, for example, under the driver’s seat. Once activated, the number plate on the rear will move down and display the TellTail unit beneath. A preselected message will then display.

Selecting the Message
Each unit comes with a choice of four preset messages. The unit can also be programmed at source with one additional message, if required.   Any one of the preset messages may be easily selected by the user with the use of the control fob.

Sample messages

Additional security features are available with Telltail Pro. 

Telltail Pro offers unrivalled security for all vehicles, coupled with the messaging services of the TellTail Classic.
In addition however, the TellTail Pro has GPS and GSM capabilities which allow remote message and immobilisation of the vehicle.

Anti-Theft
If a vehicle is stolen, the owner can remotely activate the unit, using a personal PIN code sent by mobile phone, which will carry out the following:
a) display the message

b) immobilise the vehicle once the vehicle has come to a stop.
c) transmit the grid reference to the owner, allowing him to check its
location online and report it to the authorities.

Driver Security
Ideal for professional drivers such as taxis, chauffeurs and couriers.
If a vehicle is hijacked, the driver can activate the unit which will carry out the following:
a) display the message,

b) send a message to the driver’s preprogrammed recipient, for example taxi base with the vehicle’s grid reference, which in turn can be reported to the authorities.

Medical Support
Ideal for drivers with health concerns such as a heart conditions.
If the driver becomes incapacitated, he can easily activate the unit at the touch of a button. This will then:
a) display the message,

b) send a message to the driver’s preprogrammed recipient, for example, spouse, with the vehicle’s grid reference who in turn can get help.

Keywords: Messaging Services, security, Vehicle