Phone Tracker Proves Safer Route to Home

The majority of women in the UK will have had a moment where they felt uneasy about their safety when walking home from work or socializing. In response to this, new technology is being developed that would let people know if they are on a safe route to get back home. The app works by calculating your location and comparing it with crime data for the area you are in. Once it has done this, it tells you whether or not there is any risk associated with your journey at that time of day and alerts emergency services if necessary.

The mobile application is being developed by emergency services provider Firstbeacon to inform users of the risk associated with walking home from a night out. The data it uses comes from government-accredited crime statistics and police records, public sources that have been used to calculate the rate at which crimes are committed in various areas.

Firstbeacon is currently in talks with councils across Britain to get the app widely available throughout the country. They are also working on developing a function that would allow people to make themselves seen by drivers with connected cars, possibly making it safer for them to navigate roads alone at night. The CEO of Firstbeacon said Many of us have experienced walking home late at night and feeling vulnerable. We want to take the stress away from that, so our app lets you know if there is any risk on your journey. The crime data used in the app is taken directly from government-accredited police records, giving it an unparalleled level of accuracy.

If you are interested in finding out more about this application or would like to request a trial for your local area, give our team a call today. We will be able to answer any questions you have and help get this application in place for you swiftly.

The app works by calculating your location and comparing it with crime data for the area you are in. Once it has done this, it tells you whether or not there is any risk associated with your journey at that time of day and alerts emergency services if necessary

A mobile application that calculates the level of risk to users when they are walking home late at night has been developed in the UK.

The app is being developed by emergency services provider Firstbeacon to inform users of the risk associated with walking home from a night out.

The data it uses comes from public sources which have been used to calculate the rate at which crimes are committed in various areas.

Firstbeacon is currently in talks with councils across Britain to get the app widely available throughout the country. They are also working on developing a function that would allow people to make themselves seen by drivers with connected cars, possibly making it safer for them to navigate roads alone at night.

The CEO of Firstbeacon said Many of us have experienced walking home late at night and feeling vulnerable. We want to take the stress away from that, so our app lets you know if there is any risk on your journey.

The crime data used in the app is taken directly from government-accredited police records, giving it an unparalleled level of accuracy.