HYDERABAD: A mobile application aimed at safety of women and works without GPRS and internet was launched today.
The app "I Feel Safe" was launched by parents of the December 2012 Delhi gangrape victim.
They are participating in a two-day First International Conference on 'Exploring Modern Science and Technology Solutions for Humanity. Education and Rights', a release issued here stated.
It is a personal safety application for smartphone users developed in association with Mobile Standards Alliance of India.
The app places an automatic call to the national emergency number 100 and the location of the potential victim is tracked every 30 seconds and made available to their emergency contacts, emergency call centre team, who then reach out to provide support, to overcome the emergency situation, the release said.
'I Feel Safe,' an app aimed at women's safety