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The copper wires, or the PSTN and ISDN lines, Redcare Alarms rely on are being switched off in 2025. BT has already begun trialling the process and will have every analogue connection made inert in the next four years. That means RedCare Alarms and other systems such as landlines which rely on this connection will need to become digital.

When devices like RedCare Alarms become digital, they will need a constant connection to the internet to send data, either in the form of emergency callouts or through sensors that detect fires.

By adding in additional door, motion and air quality sensors, Housing Authorities would be able to create an entire network of sensors designed to care for tenants. Vulnerable residents who may fall or need better air quality can be cared for automatically by these sensors and integrating them with the existing RedCare system would allow Housing Agencies to provide a truly streamlined, effective and supportive service.

The Solution:

Whether or not Housing Agencies adopt additional sensors, RedCare Alarms will become digital. That will mean they will require a constant, reliable and strong network connection. WiFi and Broadband are options, but outages are possible. With Daisy Anywhere, which relies on cellular data from the four major networks in the UK, Housing Agencies’ RedCare Alarms would always have the strongest connection possible.

Keeping RedCare Connected:

Cellular data with Daisy Anywhere is the perfect companion to digital RedCare Alarms and any other sensors included in homes to protect residents. Daisy Anywhere’s unsteered network will always choose the strongest network, meaning that these SIMs can be used in any of your properties across the country. This reduces the hassle of using multiple providers for the best location, keeps Housing Agencies connectivity costs in one easily manageable bill and ensures your equipment will always be connected.

If you would like to talk to us about Daisy Anywhere, you can do so by contacting Ed Povall at:



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