Earth City, MO (March 30, 2022) — Interface Security Systems, a leading managed service provider providing enterprise security, managed network, UCaaS and business intelligence solutions to distributed enterprises, today announced an expanded suite of monitoring services protection that use active RFID tags to protect infants from abduction, prevent mother/infant mismatches, and monitor memory care patients.
The Personal Protection Watch was first launched in June 2020 with a focus on protecting at-risk lone and mobile workers across retail, restaurant and hospitality brands. With today’s launch, Interface adds healthcare solutions to its personal protection monitoring portfolio. This will include the following new service offerings:
- Infant safety system for newborns in birthing centers and hospitals to prevent abductions and accidental pairing of infant with wrong parent.
- Wandering management system for patients in hospitals, behavioral health facilities and memory care centers.
Interface has partnered with GuardRFID, a leader in real-time location systems (RTLS), to implement the child safety and wander management systems. Interface will deploy GuardRFID’s RFID active tags with the RTLS and integrate the solution with onsite alarm systems and video cameras for real-time alarm management and the ability to provide video verification of alarm events.
“The RTLS solutions designed and manufactured in-house by GuardRFID meet the strict standards and certifications required by healthcare establishments. We are delighted to partner with Interface, who can offer a wide range of physical security solutions for healthcare customers on our platform through their superior solution design, integration and maintenance,” said Kerry Brock. , President and Chief Revenue Officer, GuardRFID.
“Our experience in implementing safety solutions for lone and mobile workers has given us insight into the challenges associated with providing personal protection monitoring solutions. Our new solutions for wandering infants and patients build on this capability and give us the opportunity to help healthcare providers enhance safety and protect lives,” said Brian Garavuso, director of technology, Interface Security Systems.
More information on the infant restraint system can be found here and the wandering patient system can be found here.