Woman with bike while jumping

Vivatar go

Safety at the push of a button

Security one click away

Anyone who gets into a potentially dangerous situation wants quick and uncomplicated help. There is not always time to get your mobile phone out of your pocket. Vivatar go functions as a remote control for the most important functions of the Vivatar App and is connected to the smartphone via Bluetooth. The Vivatar go button, which is about two euros in size, fits loosely into any trouser or jacket pocket or can easily be clipped onto pocketless sportswear. A simple push of a button is all it takes to start the two-minute danger countdown in the Vivatar App.

In particularly critical situations, direct contact with the professionally trained personnel of the Bosch Emergency Call Assistant can be established at the touch of a button. This is one of the extended functions of the Vivatar premium app.

Overview of the Vivatar go functions

Vivatar go next to smartphone
  • Press one time: Find smartphone and test function
  • Press twice: Inform emergency group incl. location
  • Keep it pressed: Trigger emergency call (for Vivatar premium)

He has certainty - and I have no bad conscience.

Man and woman in two different locations, both virtually connected with Vivatar.

Since Clara takes off with her new bike to the most daring trails in her region her boyfriend Simon is a bit anxious. The two use Vivatar together with the go button, so that he does not have to worry every time and Clara feels less alone. Clara lets Simon know via emergency countdown when a particularly risky steep ride is near. He then receives an info with the current position data of Clara. That way he can be particularly attentive at this moment and in case of emergency, organize help in the right place - or be happy with her when, as usual, everything goes well.

Control without restriction. Great!

Bosch Emergency Assistant and senior in two different locations, virtually connected with Vivatar.

At 78, William describes himself as a sprightly pensioner. Except for a few little niggles, he is in good health and very much enjoys staying independent. While his daughter Susanne is happy about this, of course she has her concerns. What if her father falls while Nordic walking in nature? She is also worried about longer car journeys, especially in European foreign countries, since Heinz’ foreign language skills are not good. The perfect solution for the two of them: with the premium version of Vivatar, William can reach the Bosch Emergency Assistant around the clock also via his Vivatar go and help himat any time if necessary. And from July 2019, Vivatar drive, a retrofit emergency system for all vehicles without eCall, will be available for his car journeys in other European countries.