Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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SHE-ILD: Women Safety and Awareness Application
Ms. Shailaja Uke, Anikka Pandey, Shreya Ambekar, Somesh Alkanthi, Amey Joshi, Aishwarya Kale
The United Nations general secretary, Ban Ki-Moon, said that Violence against women is never permissible, never justifiable, and never bearable; this is a universal reality that applies to all nations, cultures, and societies. Abuse of women is both an issue of public health and an essential abuse of women's human rights. In the last five years, the use of GPS navigation which comes inbuilt into smartphones has risen rapidly from 3% to more than 20%. As a result, a hand phone can be effectively employed for personal safeguarding or different types of measures, particularly for females. When the user believes she is in danger, she can activate this app by pressing the up/down volume button of the smartphone for 5 seconds. The alert or SOS message is notified to the saved emergency contacts which are stored in the database, in addition to this, the trigger also initiates a call to these contacts. Hence our project “SHE-ILD: Women Safety and Awareness Application” will help lessen violence against women or any other person in need at any given time and place as they can be simple to use, effective, and mountable at a low cost.
Android, Emergency Contacts, GPS, Helpline Number, Java, Live Location, Safety, Smart Phone, Trigger Button
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