BuzzyBro

Moving safer. Makes sense.

What is BuzzyBro?

BuzzyBro is a convenient system of smart wearables that allows organisations to move safe.

It's that simple.

How does it work?

Privacy. It matters.

We know that privacy is important. The wearables can be used as a standalone solution without additional installation or configuration. No data is gathered or uploaded, which means that BuzzyBro doesn't keep track of locations or personal information. It simply "knows" the realtime distance between two or more trackers, and responds when necessary by giving off a signal to its wearer.

Specifications

A self-standing solution

With BuzzyBro, there's no need for an application or other hardware. All the wearables have been pre-installed, so that all you have to do, is wear them.

Comfortable

With a weight of only 26 grams and a customizable wristband, BuzzyBro is really comfortable. It can also be worn on a protective helmet.

European standards

All European standards apply. This means that BuzzyBro is safe to use and/or charge. Also, a warranty of 2 years is included.

Reliable and accurate

BuzzyBro uses Ultra-wideband technology, which makes its positioning detection accurate to about 5 centimeters. To assure everyone's safety, the wearables unly stop working when plugged in to charge or when their batteries are dead.

IP67 certified

The wearables are IP67 waterproof, which means that they can be dropped into a body of water up to a meter deep for half an hour. They are also completely resistant to dust.

Easy to charge

Each wearable has an internal battery that lasts up to 15 hours after a full charge. An LED indicator shows the battery status and operating mode. When a wearable's battery is empty, you can simply charge it via USB or induction. A full charge takes about 45 minutes via USB. 

There's more... It's future-proof!

Applicable everywhere

About us

BuzzyBro is a modified version of a Decawave based Ultra-wideband wearable location tag, developed and released in 2017. Decawave is a pioneering Fabless Semiconductor Company which is developing a full family of single chip CMOS products based on the IEEE802.15.4a standard. Decawave's DW1000 is the world's first single chip UWB transceiver, enabling development of cost effective RTLS solutions with precise indoor and outdoor positioning to within 10 cm. The DW1000 is also aiming at “Internet of Things” applications, thanks to up to 6.8 Mbps communication capability.

The firmware has been written especially for social distancing purposes related to the Covid-19 virus. To integrate realtime location systems into current software or business processes, please contact Lemon Companies (www.lemon.be).