Apple patented the device for calling emergency services using fingerprinting

Apple patented the device for calling emergency services using fingerprinting

Apple invented the newest solution, which uses fingerprints of users to work, for calling and interacting with rescue services. The technology will work using fingerprinting and a certain set of fingerprints. A person can choose the sequence of fingerprints and the force of pressing to program the device for himself. This will allow the user to configure the device for himself so that in the event of an emergency situation, without any problems, call the necessary service. 

This method of emergency call can quickly help a person when he is in a dangerous situation. Such solution will be very relevant when the user does not have the opportunity to use the usual methods of calling the rescue service. For example, when the victim is in sight of the offender. Calling of the service via fingerprinting reminds you  unlocking of the phone, which will allow you to use the device unnoticed.

While using the device, there will not be any instructions on the smartphone’s screen to call the rescue service, but specialists will immediately be able to track the signal of the smartphone. When you use the device, there will not be any instructions on the smartphone’s screen to call the rescue service, but specialists will immediately be able to track the signal of the smartphone. The device can also transmit audio and video from its current location in real time. This allows the relevant services to react quickly and help a person. The technology used by the application involves hiding the identity of the user or removing his personal data, if it is necessary.

The upgrade is aimed at providing people with greater security, and will also allow each user to receive emergency assistance in an emergency situation.