Security Panic Button As An App - Guardly

By: Carlton Purvis, Published on Feb 13, 2014

Guardly, a security startup, has raised $1.45 millionThe startup first arrived on the scene in 2010 with a “panic button” mobile app for consumers and now with the new funding is shifting its focus to enterprise deployments.

Here's a video from Guardly on how the app works:

Enterprise *********

** ****, *** ******* announced ************ **** ********** ******************* ****** **** ************ systems *** ****** ********** and****** *********** *******.** ***** ********** **** universities ** ****** *** technology *** ** **** it *** **** ******** in "******* **** *********, and cities & municipalities," the company said.

*** ******* **** ** eliminate ******** *** ******** secondary ******* *** ********* alerts, ******** ** ********** that ****** ****** ***** with ****, ***** ******. It **** ***** ** eliminate *** **** ** seek *** ********* **** boxes, **** ****** ****** indoors *** ******* ******** data *******.

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******* ******* ** *** cloud-based ******** ********** ****** shown ** *** *****.

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*** ******* *** **** created ** ****** ******** system ***** **** ********** that *** ******** ********, floor *** **** ********. Using **** ******* ** cellular ****** *** ****** to **** **** ** places **** **** ***** like ******* *******. ** the ****** ******* *** WiFi, ** ********** ********* is ******.

"******* *** **** ***** frequency ************** **** ***** WiFi *** ********* ******* which, ** **** ** the ********** *******, ** set ** ** ******* staff ** ******* *** building's ****** *** ***** with *** ******* ****** application," *** ******* ****.

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************* *** **** *** Guardly ******* ** **** mass ************* ** ********* or ******** ** * campus.

* ******** ********** ** these ******** *** ******* Command ***** ***** ** five ****, *** ******* says.

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*** ******* *** *********** is **** ** **** text ****** ** **** emergency ********. *** ******* service ***** ******** ******* 911, ******* ****** **** the ****** ***** *** web ************* ***** $*.**/***** or $**.**/****. *** ******* says *** **** *** universities/enterprise *********** ******* ** the **** ** *** student ****, *** ******** to **** ******** *******. See ******** ******* **** ****.

What ******* **** *****Once the app is set up, and a user enters a group of emergency contacts, the app can be instantly activated by simply clicking the app icon on the mobile device. A user-defined list of emergency contacts is alerted via automated phone call and email.

*** **** *** *** email ******* *** ******* and ******* ** *** alert. *** *** **** calls *** *** * link ** * **** for *** ******** ******** location *** ***** ** 911 ***********. **** *** responders *** ********* ******** can ******* *** ********** call.

*** *** **** *** and ******* ********* ******* that ****** * *** to *********** **** ****** agencies ***** ******* ******* or ***** ********* ******** when **** ****'* **** to ****.

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* **** *** ***** emergency ******** *** *** notified ** ******** ** emergency ******** **** **** send ** *****. *** app ********** ***** **** at ***** **** ********* contacts. ***** ******** **** confirm ***** ** **** that **** *** ******* to ** ** ********* contact *** **** ******:

*** *** **** * phone’s *** ** ********* the *****’* ******** ** people ** *** **** and **** ******* ** also ******** ** *** app’s **** ***** ** activated. **** ** *** screen **** ******* ** initially ********* *** ****** an *********.



False ******

** ****** ***** ******, the ******* *** ******** when ******** ** ***** a **** *** **** features * ********* *****. The ***** ** ** adjustable **** ***** **** when *** ***** ** triggered ** **** ** sends * ************. **** allows ******* ** ******* the ***** ** **** find ********** ** * sketchy ********* **** ***** out ** ** *******, like * ********** ****** walking ******* ** ***** direction, *** *******. ** does ***** **** **** it ***** ** **** to **** * ***** alarm ** * *****’* keypad **** ******* ***’* enabled.

Reducing **** ** ****** ********* ********

"** ***** * **** to **** *** ** an ****** (****, *****, Phone, ******, *, *, 1, ****). ** **** takes * **** ** launch ******* (****, *****, Guardly)," *** ******* ******* says.

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*** *** ** ********* for ***, *******, ******* Phone *** ********** *******.

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******* ******** ********* **** it ****** $*.** ******* to ****** *** ******* Guardly *******. ***** *** numerous ***** ***** ****** type ****, *** **** of **** *** **** on ** ****** **** enterprise ***. **** *****, like ********* *** ***** corporate ********, ******* **** mobile ****** ******* *** they ***'* ****** ******* accurate ******** **** ** have ** *** * separate **** ************ ******. Guardly ******** **** ** these **** *** ******** on ******* **** ** most ******. 

Comments (1)

Pretty powerful stuff. A cloud service, a smartphone with (extended batt) for the guard, a smart phone and app for the citizen and you have a tracking system with duress using COTS equipment!

We have a company down here doing exactly the same thing called CritialArc and it seems to be a mirror image of Guardly using Wi-Fi, GPS and Cellular technology for triangulation including hitting up universities as the first obvious market.

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