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Alcohol Monitoring & reporting

We offer the newest technology in Remote Alcohol Monitoring

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No phone lines or base station required -
Utilizes Cell to transmit all data collected.

SL2 Features:

  • Handheld, discreet, user-friendly
  • High-resolution camera for user verification
  • DOT grade fuel cell
  • GPS location
  • Lithium-ion battery; 5+ day battery life
  • Cellular transmission on Verizon’s hosted Private Network

The first pocket size handheld photo digital breathalyzer to securely monitor breath alcohol. The device takes a picture of the user during the breath test to positively verify identity. The result, real-time photo, and GPS location are instantly transmitted from the device to a secure web portal. If the result shows alcohol present the website can be set to alert by sending a text or email.

The SL2 device is patented under U.S. Patent Number 8,381,573 and uses a professional grade Dart fuel cell sensor to obtain a blood alcohol content (BrAC) reading from the user’s breath. The device has an embedded high resolution camera for user verification and a GPS antenna to acquire current location. The embedded cellular module transmits the photo, BrAC, and GPS to a cloud-based portal for remote access.


The monitoring center can be configured to send reminder text message to participants about their next breath test.

During the breath test, the SL2 takes a picture of the user to confirm their identity. The real-time photo and breath alcohol results are wirelessly transmitted on Verizon’s Private Network to SL2 monitoring website. Real-time alerts can be set up for contacts to be notified when signs of a relapse occur, such as a missed or positive test.

SoberLink Network
SoberLink Monitoring

Monitoring Portal Features

  • Adaptive Facial Recognition TM
  • Automated tamper detection 
  • Automated text reminders and real-time alerts
  • Customizable testing schedules

Automated Monitoring Web Portal

The Monitoring Portal is the engine to SL2
technology. The cloud-based system is completely automated with user-friendly features that simplify the monitoring process for both the participant and the case manager.

The SL2 monitoring site features:

◾HIPAA compliant, confidential, and secure monitoring platform
◾Cloud storage of test results including BrAC, GPS location (optional), client verification photo, and time/date stamp
◾Automated texts to remind client of testing schedule
◾Real-time alerts to designated contacts upon missed or positive tests
◾Adaptive Facial Recognition – coming early 2014
◾Automated case management reporting
◾Customizable viewing permissions and hierarchy system

How does the testing schedule work?
The monitoring site allows for a unique testing schedule to be created for each client. The schedule needs to be entered and saved 30 minutes prior to the scheduled test time in order to be processed as a “Scheduled” test. A “Scheduled” test means that the monitoring site gives the client a 45-minute window in which to send their test, starting 15 minutes before the test time and ending 30 minutes after the test time. However, the client can send a test at any time. If the test was not scheduled through the monitoring site, it will be labeled as an “Unscheduled” test.

Adaptive Facial Recognition™ technology ensures accurate monitoring of offender sobriety in the community
Experience why Facial Recognition Technology adds to a List of Features Making SL2 one of the Fastest Growing Devices in Electronic Monitoring Today

Adaptive Facial Recognition

The SL2, a handheld device, both cellular and GPS enabled, allows community corrections agencies to monitor offender sobriety in the community. Newly integrated facial recognition technology substantially reduces the workload of manually verifying participant photos, while increasing system accuracy. Called Adaptive Facial Recognition™, the system offers the following features:  Embedded high-resolution camera that takes a picture of the participant during the breath alcohol test.  Compares each point-in-time photo against multiple, stored photos,  Point-in-time photograph is spatially analyzed in comparison to an adaptive template of a group of photos of the participant.  Technology adapts to subtle appearance changes.  Level of software intelligence ensures increased accuracy, as opposed to being limited to one master photo which can cause false readings.