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About LiveLife Alarms 2018-10-16T22:38:04+00:00

About LiveLife Alarms

In the beginning

LiveLife Alarms began as a project between two like minded people, who saw a need for better personal alarms for Australian seniors. Coming from diverse backgrounds, but both possessing intricate knowledge of communications, both visual and auditory, they combined their skills to develop a company that offered alarm products that improved the lives of Australian seniors in a significant and affordable way.

Affordable, family and friends alarms

It is our belief that medical and personal alarms should be affordable and accessible to every senior in Australia. From experience we know many seniors are on tight budgets and cannot afford the monthly fees of monitored alarm systems. That is why our products are one-off purchases and are not to tied expensive monitoring contracts.

With mobile technology and GPS now mainstream there is an opportunity for seniors to feel safe when spending time unaccompanied in the outdoors. Our Mobile Alarm can provide the safety and independence that active seniors and their families want. Personal alarms do improve quality of life and result in seniors and people with disabilities living fuller lives and remaining in their homes and community longer.

Phil Mathieson
Phil Mathieson spent 17 years in the Royal Australian Air Force as an Air Force Officer-Navigator, serving mostly as a frontline Tactical Search & Rescue Co-ordinator on P3 Orions with 10 Squadron. Phil gained practical experience in Global Positioning Systems and rescue systems, both in the military and civilian applications.

Phil has received many awards including the prestigious Rockwell navigation accuracy award. Phil’s deep understanding of satellite navigation systems is reflected in the development of the U-blox 7 GPS chip currently installed in the Live Life Mobile Alarm. Phil’s technical experience includes GPS user equipment and applications, GPS control segments, GPS tracking applications, commercial planning and GPS mission planning and performance assessment. Phil lives in Newcastle, NSW and is married with two delightful kids and a cool dog.

Pete Morris

Pete Morris has 20 years experience in communication architecture and interface design. Pete has designed many interfaces for software and web based applications both in Australia and the US. A winner of international design awards for interface design and usability, Pete strives to improve LiveLife’s products to make them easier to use and tailored to seniors and their family members.

Pete likes to be hands on so personally designs all of LiveLife’s instruction manuals with the goal of making our alarms the easiest personal alarms to install and use. He focuses on making the technology as user friendly and straight forward as possible. He works with the product engineers to make improvements to the features of our alarms based on customer feedback and important research. Pete lives in the Lake Macquarie area.