Stockholm, United Kingdom (PressExposure) May 01, 2009 -- Today, connecting and staying touch with family members and dear ones is becoming not only essential but extremely easy with the use of mobile phones. All it requires is a short message or a quick call that makes contact easier. Enhanced with the GPS technology, tracking down a person is made possible in a short space of time. Securitas, a global security provider is moving forwards as it is working with Nokia to provide an enhanced security service in Nokia mobile devices.
Making the optimum use of GPS technology, Securitas has launched its Safe-2-Go service. This Safe-2-Go service will give the user a sense of security as it will send information to where the family member is in need of extra aid. The Safe-2-Go has 4 various services to offer. Beginning with the first one, the Assist, which enables the user to get in touch with the Securitas alarm central from where they can get information about his relatives and his current location. The Find service from Securitas enables you to know the current position of your family or friends, while the Zone service will enable you to receive an SMS, in case your family member arrives or departs from a predefined area such as home, school or college. Finally for the younger generation, Securitas provides the Friend service which will give an overview of where all friends are located.
Connecting with family and friends on a daily basis is something which one can easily do using mobile services and it provides and extra security and safety option, making life easier for you as well as those connected with you. The Securitas Safe-2-Go service definitely eases of a lot of pressure in your life while you are busy with daily chores and hectic work schedules.
Making these tasks simpler for many people, Securitas provides security services for those who use a GPS enabled phone on the S60 platform. In this way, people can enjoy a higher sense of security and safety at all times at affordable rates.
The Securitas Safe-2-Go is to be launched in the early half of 2009 from Sweden and later on to other countries all over Europe. Currently, high risk people have been known to use GPS and an alarm button for personal security.