What it does
Track with the OLAS mobile application
Within 8 seconds of a man overboard incident occurring, the OLAS mobile application technology detects a break in its ‘virtual tether’ to the tag. The mobile phone(s) then sound a loud alarm, alerting crew to the fact someone is overboard. OLAS then aids the crew with the MOB recovery, clearly directing them to the GPS location where the MOB occurred with clear visual signals and bearing data. OLAS stores all location data and time of incident required by the rescue services.
Track with the OLAS Guardian and Core (Vessels up to 50ft)
Connect up to 15 OLAS transmitters (OLAS tag or OLAS Float-On) to any OLAS receiver. Within 2 seconds of the connection breaking the MOB alert will activate alerting crew to the incident.
OLAS tag advantages
The most versatile attachment solution – wrist, lifejacket, MOB device with 1 strap
Free iOS and Android app
Connect multiple tags to 1 phone or tablet
Connect 1 tag to multiple phones / tablets
Connect to any OLAS receiver Battery feedback (within OLAS mobile app)
Each tag is supplied with a universal silicone wrist strap with stainless steel buckle and a pre-installed CR2477 Battery (user replaceable)
Mobile App Features
The Guardian is easily operated via the OLAS App, free to download from the App Store for iOS and the Google Play Store for Android. The OLAS app requires a device running the minimum of IOS11 or Android 5.1 to work. The OLAS App is a powerful tool for controlling the Guardians functions and for aiding in fast rescue.
- Monitor all OLAS transmitters that are being tracked
- Customise OLAS transmitter Names making them easy to allocate
- Check battery status for OLAS tags
- Add new OLAS transmitters to the Guardian system
- Pause the Guardian system if transmitters are leaving the area for a short period
- Adjust the time before the Guardian reacts to an overboard transmitter between 2 seconds to 15 seconds, allowing more freedom around larger vessels
- Adjust between cut-off switch and external alarm mode
- Kill switch mode activates the inbuilt switch for 5 seconds, cutting off the engine, but allowing users to restart the engine after 5 seconds
- External alarm mode activates the inbuilt switch until it is manually cancelled. This allows external, high power, alarms to be connected in series.
- Pause the alarm state
- Easily adjust individual transmitters between Engine cut-off (for the skipper), Alarm only (for passengers) and Pause (for passengers leaving the vessel temporarily)
- sounding the external alarm if a Tag wearer is out of range on both the Guardian and your mobile device.
- Adjust the time before the cut-off switch or alarm is triggered – offering greater freedom
- Maximum volume alarm and vibration on your mobile phone, synchronized with the Guardian.
- Indication of which transmitter has triggered the alarm
- Record the GPS location of where the alarm was triggered • Clear guidance back to the GPS location where the alarm was triggered
- Clear display of the time and GPS location of where the alarm was triggered and the user’s current location. • VHF emergency script with automatically input GPS co-ordinates and custom vessel information Solo Mode
- Designed for when boating on your own within 2G cellular range or offshore Wifi. Solo mode will send an automatic text message to a custom number with your location and time of the incident. If a self-rescue is managed an automatic text is sent cancelling the alert.