Mobile Standards Alliance of India (MSAI) and the Nirbhaya Jyoti Trust launched a mobile app aimed at ensuring personal safety during times of distress. The app – called I Feel Safe Safety Ka Power Button – has a virtual panic button which users can simply press to activate the alarm. It can be used even when the screen is locked, the SIM card is removed, no Wi-Fi networks are available, and the absence of a data plan. The app works across the country on all mobile networks and sends real-time updates about the location of the user.
The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) had asked all handset makers to develop and install software patches that enable panic buttons in all phones, and that distress calls will get connected to the emergency number 112, while testing of the service can begin by connecting the backend.
So let’s do:
1. Name the app, which has launched at Delhi University for helping women?
Source – The Hindu