Upon starting the business in 2006, we decided to build systems that addressed the primary frustrations for system managers:
Installation of a system that's easy for them - and their team - to use
Visibility on their system's performance, including which devices are connected/disconnected, and the status of each device's power levels
An ability to modify their system whenever they want, at no additional cost
A system that integrates with other third party hardware or software, such as project management software
Most importantly, a system that can be tailored to suit their unique business requirements
The following videos demonstrate features of Vanguard Wireless systems:
Who We Are - Video Intro
We've discovered there's a better way to design and build emergency evac and medical alert systems. The result is a system that delivers real benefits for you, your team and your business.
All our sirens and triggers can be powered with rechargeable batteries, which have a charge length of roughly 8 months.
We recommend testing your sirens regularly - either individually or as a whole system. You can easily find this option in the TCU or smartphone app menu.
Compact Evac Range
Our new compact range was designed for customers who need big features in a small footprint. Here's the combined evac trigger + siren in action.
Products On Site
We supply systems to large multinational construction and civil works businesses, single project builders, assisted living organisations, factories and warehouses. Here's an installed system on a construction customer's site.
Configuring A Customer Order
Each customer order is assembled and configured at our warehouse in Sydney. Here our CEO Igor is testing an order for a customer using our new compact range.
Third Party Integrations
We've installed a number of systems in assisted living facilities which have required additional work to integrate with existing hardware and software. We can do the same for you.
Blog Posts & Articles
Useful information for businesses who are focused on safety, growth and development.