In the most dangerous emergencies in the seclusion of the elevator car, nobody presses the button. It’s good that the Guardian Angel is in the elevator.
There are situations when traditional emergency call systems are simply not enough. Emergencies in particular, in which one no longer has the opportunity to press an emergency call button, are particularly dangerous. Be it the fall of a frail person after whom it is impossible to think of getting up without outside help. Or, for example, sudden loss of consciousness as a result of a cardiovascular problem. In these potentially highly critical medical emergencies, rapid help is essential. In heart failure, literally every second counts. How good would it be if the elevator could recognize these dangers itself and automatically notify the emergency call center?