16 Jan, 2012, 5:02 pm IST | Naina Khedekar | tech2.in.com
A mobile solution for the families of Indian army personnels, veteran and ex-servicemen to stay connected with their loved ones has been put forth by Delhi-based Indianeye Security. An app, dubbed Eyewatch was recently launched by Chief of Army Staff, Gen. V.K. Singh, yesterday. Just like a recent app against sexual harassment that was launched in Delhi, this app can also prove to help stop assaults on women, apart from ragging in colleges, medical emergencies and road accidents.
Eyewatch serves as an emergency alert system on mobile phones that sends multiple messages, images, videos, sound bites and location status with the press of a button. The basic version of this service is now available for free. The feature, includes presetting three emergency response contacts during emergency, an SOS one touch Eyewatch alert to notify user’s emergency contacts via SMS and e-mail, location and live tracking, audio visual stream, auto call connect, alert view and safety confirm.
The Eyewatch emergency alert application works with Nokia Symbian S60, BlackBerry and Android smartphones, and also provides Web-based Personal Control Panel to view a user’s details at the time of any emergency. An iPhone version of this app is on the way. The app can be downloaded from here.
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