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NSRI’s Free App, RSA Safetrx has been upgraded and is available for download.The new version of NSRI’s RSA SafeTrx application is available to download from the Apple App Store and Google Play StoreYou will no longer be able to log into the older application or use it to run trips. Please delete the old app and install the new one.The RSA SafeTrx website also got an overhaul but don’t worry … your journey history, emergency contact and trip data has been kept intact.The upgrade to RSA SafeTrx includes a number of new features:•An Emergency Call button which allows you to quickly make a distress call from the application. The app sends an Emergency location update to the MRCC and your emergency contacts if you have a cell phone connection.•Track only mode can be used to begin tracking at a touch of a button.•Personalised Checklists aims to promote safety awareness by allowing you to create and review your own list of checklist items prior to departure.•A new Mobile Logbook stores up to 20 trips on your phone, and can be replayed at any time within the app in video playback mode.Free RSA SafeTrx Google Play download: RSA SafeTrx iStore download: do not hesitate to contact a member of the SafeTrx support team at if you have any questions or concerns relating to this update.SafeTrx
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