New Discreet Digital Jewelry Can Record Assaults and Automatically Alert Law Enforcement

While it seems like there is a new smartwatch or some form of wearable technology being released everyday, This next device is designed to do so much more than just keep us informed. Wearable technology could soon keep us safe. Mobile technology start-up companies are now working on wearable technology that has the capability to record assaults, collect evidence and alert your loved ones and law enforcement immediately.  As VentureBeat reports, discreet wearable assault prevention tech in the form of jewelry and hair clips are now being developed. The First Sign Hair Clip, a tiny accessory you can clip on your hair or clothing, knows when you could be in danger and sends for help. The clip contains a gyroscope and an accelerometer, that detect physical assault like slapping, punching, or aggressive movements the second it happens. Immediately, the microphone in the clip starts recording, and the First Sign mobile app uses Bluetooth to access your smartphone’s GPS, camera and microphone to begin  gathering of evidence. If you haven’t turned the hair clip off after 15 seconds, the information is then sent to a monitoring station and alert nearby emergency contacts and first respondents to your current location.

New Discreet Wearable Technology Can Prevent Assaults and Automatically Alert Law Enforement

New Discreet Wearable Technology Can Prevent Assaults and Automatically Alert Law Enforcement

 The First Sign Hair Clip, a tiny accessory you can clip on your hair or clothing, knows when you could be in danger and sends for help. The clip contains a gyroscope and an accelerometer, that detect physical assault like slapping, punching, or aggressive movements the second it happens. Immediately, the microphone in the clip starts recording, and the First Sign mobile app uses Bluetooth to access your smartphone’s GPS

The First Sign Hair Clip, a tiny accessory you can clip on your hair or clothing, knows when you could be in danger and sends for help. The clip contains a gyroscope and an accelerometer, that detect physical assault like slapping, punching, or aggressive movements the second it happens. Immediately, the microphone in the clip starts recording, and the First Sign mobile app uses Bluetooth to access your smartphone’s GPS

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