A revolutionary new mobile app will change the way Canadians stay safe
LONDON, ON, March 16, 2016 /CNW/ - A new platform that lets users send for help simply by shaking their mobile phone. The new webeyeSOS app provides critical protection to anyone in a vulnerable situation – from youth and students to lone workers, those who work in remote areas, confined spaces, or alone after hours.
If the user feels they are in danger, they activate the app by either pushing a button on the phone or by shaking it. When activated, the app sends a distress signal to one or multiple pre selected monitors where it emits a loud alarm and maps the location of the person in distress. It also plays a 10-second sound recording from the user's immediate area, letting the monitor hear what's happening on the other side. Once the monitor acknowledges the signal, the app lets the user know that help is on the way. A GPS feature then tracks the user's movements until the app is disabled.
Other features include:
- A man-down function.
- Ability to signal different monitors at different times of day.
- Different monitors may be signaled as the user changes location. For example, if a student leaves campus for home, their monitor may shift from campus security to friends or family.
"This is a service that helps employers protect their employees and families protect their loved ones," says Beaulieu. "With no hardware costs, this app is an inexpensive and revolutionary use of cloud technology that keeps people safe and ultimately delivers peace of mind."
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SOURCE SECURaGLOBE Solutions Inc
For further information: Rene Beaulieu, SECURaGLOBE Solutions Inc., (866) 767-4111, firstname.lastname@example.org