Mobile Breath Alcohol Monitoring System
The ultimate alcohol monitoring tool, the SL2 is a portable, handheld breathalyzer that allows participants to discreetly submit BrAC tests from any location with cellular service. A high-resolution camera verifies the user and the professional-grade fuel cell ensures accurate, remote, alcohol detection tests each time.
Scheduled Alcohol Monitoring Tests
Scheduled, remote breath testing several times daily allows officers to keep participants on notice for sobriety. Automatic text message alerts remind participants when an alcohol monitoring test is due and provides a 15-minute warning beforehand. If an alcohol detection test result is not received, a second warning will be issued.
Easy To Use Portable Breathalyzer
The SL2 alcohol monitoring device is just over 8 ounces. The pocket-sized, portable breathalyzer goes anywhere the participant goes, helping to drive compliance. Participants simply power the breathalyzer on, insert the mouthpiece, and follow directions on the backlit LCD screen for one-touch alcohol testing.
Adaptive Facial Recognition TM
The SL2 alcohol monitoring device “gets smarter” with each breath test. It uses facial recognition software that compares each participant’s alcohol test photo to a template of images. With each captured photo, alcohol monitoring test results are fine-tuned to adapt to subtle participant appearance changes, ensuring tester identity.
Robust Tamper Detection
The SL2 alcohol monitoring device is robust and reliable. The SL2 detects tampering by having each breath test pass through a sophisticated algorithm. At any sign of tampering, the breath test is flagged and the officer is notified via email or text. With more than 1,500 alcohol monitoring tests between calibration maintenance, the SL2 breathalyzer stays where it should—in the field.
GPS And Cellular
A powerful combination of cellular and GPS technology ensures SL2 breath test results are stored. The real-time participant photo and BrAC results are wirelessly transmitted on Verizon’s Private Network to a monitoring server. Location data is logged with GPS or a cell tower fix, and displayed via Google Maps. With the SL2 “queuing” feature, alcohol monitoring test results are stored in the device whenever it lacks sufficient cell coverage to transmit data. The breath test results are sent once the device reenters cell range.