Elecon unveils 'In Case of Emergency' software

Thursday, 29 January 2009, 02:30 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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Vallabh Vidyanagar (Gujarat): Material handling equipment manufacturer Elecon Engineering Wednesday launched a software that stores health information on mobile phones for use during crisis.

Called 'In Case of Emergency' (ICE), the software can help communicate one's health information, which can be communicated to pre-identified family members and friends during crisis through the mobile phone.

Elecon chairman and managing director Prayasvin Patel said ICE solution has been developed in association with Corsoft, a California-based company.

ICE software is compatible with most of the mobile phones and provides simplified access to critical health data and contact details, he added.

In addition, users will also be given an 'ICE card' that contains all relevant health information that could be used in case the mobile phone becomes inoperational.
Source: IANS
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