Ever felt unsafe going out or want to take precautions for your personal safety? then, you will be pleased to know that a new wearable personal safety device was announced at CES 2017 called Occly. It has been introduced as a precautionary device or a personal safety device to operate as a visual deterrent. Users can worn it on the body or clipped somewhere on your accessories anytime they wish to move out. Occly has a panic button, four cameras that provide 360 degree of coverage, sirens, a microphone, LED lighting, Bluetooth Connectivity and a number of automatic alarm sensors.
When user feels unsafe, he can simply press the panic button and then the Occly alarms, it sirens and immediately alerts people in the near area, and then continue recording images and audio of the surroundings. Once user triggers the alarms, all recorded information including images, audio and locations (both before and after) are sent to Occly’s 24-hour emergency response center. It makes sure that local authority has been dispatched to the emergency location as quick as possible. It is water-resistant and can last up to 8 hours of continuous use. Check more details at Occly’s official website. Stay tuned for more updates.
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