Salt Lake City, UT, December 09, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The innovation comes in utilizing the SmartPhones accelerometer capability to measure G-force impact. This patent-pending positioning is going to change the world of e911 emergency services because a user’s SmartPhone will be able to detect a G-force impact that will trigger a 911 call similar to how other services do it today for automobiles.
The difference comes in the innovation of bringing mobility to e911. Now, as long as the user has the SmartPhone with them; any vehicle they are in will report the impact. Users will no longer be tethered to subscribing to one service per vehicle.
In addition to mobile 911 alerts; the download service offers SOS notification if the user feels they are in need of help or rescue. The service even offers worldwide Medivac help to get the user to a quality healthcare facility from any point in the world. This is ideal for business and tourists that travel the globe.
The My911 Company is offering a low-cost subscription to a user’s SmartPhone that enables all of these services for a monthly fee of from $4.95 to $19.95 depending on what services the user wants.
The My911 Chairman, John M. Knab, stated “this download service establishes the SmartPhone as a guardian, of sorts, for the person no matter where they are in the world.”
He went on to say, “The My911 has worldwide monitoring in place and utilizes both GSM and GPS to bring rescue to the individual no matter where they are located on the planet.”
Founder and CEO, Larry K. Hurwitz, said, “I see the day when e911 services that are limited to one vehicle will be replaced by mobile e911 services. The main difference between My911 and the leading e911 providers for GM cars and others today is that My911 looks after the well being of the person no matter where they are, not just their car”.
Multiple developers are writing code to a variety of devices for the My911 services. The most important aspect of the My911 app is true mobility for emergency services worldwide.
Further information can be found on the company’s website at www.my-911.com.