Usually you know how the sender of the message is and you got the information where the message was sent from right now. So you might probably know what this person is doing at the moment and what might had happened?! You could try to call the sender first to find out what exactly happend. Do you know any person who is with the sender right now? Call this person too! If you cannot find out what happened, you should go to the position shown in the emergency message, or you call the police and the rescue service to find out what happend and help the sender of the emergency notification message!
bembu is designed to last about 1/2 year with only one charge. The battery lifetime is depending on the intense of usage. The more often you use bembu, the sooner you have to charge the battery. You can see the actual state of charge in the bembu-app. Everytime you use bembu, it will update the current state of charge in the app. If you do not use bembu for a long time, the bembu-app will calculate the actual state of charge based on its self-discharge-rate and the app will prompt to charge if necessary.
No! bembu uses a bluetooth-connection to your smartphone and tells your phone to perform the pre-defined actions. Also emergency-calls or messages are sent by your phone. So, if your phone will not work properly, bembu can not perform any action!
bembu uses a bluetooth-connection to your smartphone and tells your phone to perform the pre-defined actions. Some of the additional features like PhoneFinder will also work without signal reception, but emergency-calls or messages are sent by your phone, and so, if your phone has no signal reception, bembu can not send any message. But, the bembu-APP will remember your emergency-situation and will try to resend the message or phonecall as soon as your phone has signal reception.