THE MYTREX WAY
Mytrex's systematic approach to designing PERS (Personal Emergency Response System) is unique. Mytrex utilizes its vast experience and knowledge gleaned from designing not only PERS, but also the monitoring software and hardware that is used to monitor PERS. Furthermore, Mytrex's main business function is to design and manufacture PERS. As a result, those who purchase medical alert units can rest assured that the product has been designed with their best interest in mind.
In answer to the needs of the new medical alarm market, Richard Bangerter incorporated Mytrex, Inc. and opened company headquarters in Murray, Utah.
Due to growth, Mytrex moved its headquarters to Midvale, UT.
Mytrex launches the RA300V - It was the first Mytrex unit to include two- way voice technology. This allowed for immediate, hands free communication.
Mytrex launches the RA400. The unit included a high performance transmitter and receiver. This unit changed the industry with its advanced features and options.
Mytrex launches the MXD medical alarm system. The MXD is the first system that is compatible with VoIP, cable, cell box and standard telephone systems.
Mytrex launches the myActive Fall Alert
Richard Bangerter and other individuals developed an emergency communication system, based in people's homes, capable of using existing telephone service lines. The result of their efforts was SOSTEN. It was a "smart", stand alone system that did not require monitoring.
Mytrex launches the RA100 and Automated Monitoring System.
Mytrex launches the RA200.
Mytrex moved its headquarters to Draper, UT.
Mytrex built a new building in South Jordan, Utah, large enough to support sustained growth.
Mytrex launches the MXD3G and once again changes the medical alarm industry. The MXD3G is the first 3G cellular option on the market, allowing those without a landline phone service to be protected and monitored.
With their patented technology, Mytrex launches myLink and
MXD-LTE on AT&T network.