Government’s GPS watch for women in distress

By : |January 31, 2013 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: To deal with the growing number of rape cases in the country, The Indian Government is in plans to launch a GPS watch that can be used to alert any chosen relative or to the nearest police station by just pressing a button.

The GPS system will then figure out the exact location.

The watch, developed by the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing will also feature a built-in camera that can record for up to half an hour.

To fight against the growing number of rape cases in the country and to ensure safety of women, Nasscom recently announced a competition for firms to develop apps specifically focused on keeping women safe.

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