Life-Threatening Emergency Detection & Alert
OnSky offers the Emergency Detection & Alert Service (EDAS) as an option for you to subscribe monthly. After using it, you can cancel the EDAS anytime without any penalty.
Deterioration and Abnormality in Vital Signs
SkyPad continuously monitors and detects vital sign deterioration and abnormality. When a non-emergency condition is detected, SkyPad will display warnings on the Health Display and sends warning messages to mobile app. These deterioration and abnormality could lead to life-threatening conditions such as heart attack, cardiac arrest, obstructive sleep apnea, seizure or other conditions. If a life-threatening emergency condition is detected, SkyPad immediately turns on the alarm in the Health Display so people nearby can notice.
Detect, Alert and Call
The Emergency Service (EDAS) takes user's health safety and protection to the next level. If a life-threatening condition is detected, it immediately triggers the EDAS to send SMS messages and call your family members and caregivers for first responders.
If you need urgent assistance or feel very sick, just press the red SOS button on the Health Display and that will trigger the EDAS.
We recommend you to consider the subscription of the EDAS for yourself or your loved one as it may save life.
People You Trust
When EDAS is triggered, it will attempt to call the phone numbers of family members, caregivers or friends several times until someone answers the phone and turn off the emergency in the mobile app. These are the first responders whose phone numbers are input into the mobile app by user during setup (or anytime later). For the Basic Plan, EDAS will call the first 3 numbers. Refer to the Subscription table for more details.
EDAS also sends SMS text messages to those first responders. The messages will have user's contact information and the type of emergency.
Note that EDAS will not call 911 or any police numbers. This is a personal health emergency system so it only calls the numbers that you entered into the mobile app. In addition, the call is from OnSky's cloud and not from an agent.
Rapid Intervention may Save Life
After receiving emergency call and SMS messages from OnSky, the first responders should immediately try to reach the user to check on his/her condition. First responders can call the user or use camera to view the environment. The first responders should call 911 for emergency ambulance or contact healthcare professionals to intervene as soon as possible.