- Worker alerts configurable by fixed distance or estimated time-distance (ETA).
- Varying alert methods are triggered according to the level of urgency (low, mid, and high). The alert methods include ultra-bright LED flashes, high-volume audible alarm, and/or vibration.
- Alert types configurable by scenario. For example, workers who are not adjacent to the tracks may receive mid-level alerts when trains approach their position.
- Configurable transmission modes enable administrators to decrease transmission intervals during down times to further extend battery life.
- The Central Monitor software enables central personnel to locate worker and train positions with the click of a mouse, view detailed logs of worker and train activity, and receive safety alerts as they occur.
As the number of rail lines through metro areas increase, so does the potential for roadway accidents—and wayside rail workers are often in the most vulnerable locations.