Forest Hills, NY (PressExposure) February 12, 2014 -- doodleblue Innovations Private Limited is pleased to announce the launch of its University Mobile Emergency System (UMES) Application. The UMES is a functional app designed to benefit students, staff and faculty of the university at times of an emergency such as a disaster or any calamity. This app integrates with the Emergency departments of the university that can send rapid notifications to all on the go. The UMES has a lot of other features that makes it an easy to use app that can certainly save lives.
Universities gain significantly by adopting the UMES as it is really a defense against all threats. Episodes of crime are on the rise and accidents and special situations certainly do occur.
The UMES integrates with every student, faculty and staff member by being present as a mobile application solution that can be accessed seamlessly on the go. As per a Nielsen report three out of five (61 percent) mobile subscribers in the U.S. owned a smart phone between March and May 2013, and three out of four mobile users between the ages of 18 and 24 owning smart-phones. UMES provides safety information about disasters, What To Dos in special situations, instant SOS dialing, syncing with local safety routes, maps, locations of AEDs and most importantly a live notification center that communicates with all concerned on the occasion of an emergency.
The University Emergency Mobile App Features:
Push Notifications - Get instant updates from the UMES control panel on the special situation or emergency.
Maps - Be connected. Freshman? Don't know your way around? The Maps will guide you out of danger. Maps also enables you to find AEDs, safety routes and other highlighted areas that all should be aware of.
Guide - There is a guide on What to Dos, etc for students, faculty and staff to review information during a special situation.
SOS - Instant dialing options to all the emergency lines is available.
There are many other features in this app which makes it a robust solution.