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Connexion2's Mobile Workforce Management Platform (MWMP) was launched in May 2010 and provides a range of new options and benefits for the coordination of lone workers - both for those responsible for large teams of staff down to the management of an individual working alone in the community. The platform provides greater safety benefits to the worker, and proves a powerful tool to a lone worker manager due to the ability to access comprehensive location data on individuals through GPS and GPRS technology. The platform is a comprehensive resource for comprehensive lone worker management.
The platform offers a lone worker manager a variety of comprehensive features and benefits specifically designed to improve communications and efficiencies through a variety of means.
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1) See a 'breadcrumb trail' of a user's movement.
2) View a users location at 'Street View' level.
3) Access information on how fast a user is travelling.
4) Create Geo-fences around a variety of locations and receive updates through a range of definable alerts.
5) Create bespoke reports to help ease reporting function.
6) Create any number of assets and staff groupings.
7) Send text messages to staff groups quickly and efficiently.
8) Re-deploy resources based on who is closest to a location.
Integration with Identicom t-series and Identicom mobile
The Mobile Workforce Management Platform is available to all authorised resellers and also integrates with elements of the SoloProtect range of solutions. The platform integrates with the t-Series Identicom device range and Identicom mobile (assuming the device is GPS enabled) and enables a lone worker manager to access a raft of features due to increased data as well as providing additional safety benefits.
Google maps and user positioning
The platform is provided through a Google Maps style interface in the main with three quarters of the page being made up of a map with traditional viewing functions including zooming in and out, the ability to pan around different locations, and the ability to view in a range of map formats including terrain, satellite, and ‘Street View' (where the option is provided in line with a location) among others. The Street View function is available across all countries where this feature is currently supported by Google maps. The remaining quarter of the page is assigned to list the various devices making up that particular group of lone workers. The respective locations of the lone workers in the group are overlaid on the map.