ICEBear panic app

ICEBear is a mobile panic application for both Android and Apple platforms, enabling the user to send for help without making a call. Satellite technology is utilised to accurately determine the smartphone’s location and send it to Mooirivier Beskerming’s control room.

During most emergencies there usually is not enough time to call someone, and even if there is, the person being called most probably does not have emergency numbers available and cannot send for help.
Mooirivier Beskerming therefore developed a unique application, named ICEBear (In Case of Emergency). This application for smartphones enables the user to send for help without making a call. Satellite technology is utilised to accurately determine the smartphone’s location and send it to Mooirivier Beskerming’s control room. The emergency signal is also sent to cell phone numbers of persons loaded by the user on his/her profile.
Mooirivier Beskerming will immediately send a reaction team to the scene to further investigate. Should the cell phone move, the location will be continually correlated with the data in the control room and assigned reaction vehicles. This enables reaction vehicles to, with the help of continuous voice instructions, follow the best route to the most recent location of the cell phone, even if the search is continued on foot.
Thanks to a collaboration agreement with ER24, medical aid is available within the shortest possible time. Clients’ medical information will be available on a database.
To get the app:

During most emergencies there usually is not enough time to call someone, and even if there is, the person being called most probably does not have emergency numbers available and cannot send for help.
Mooirivier Beskerming therefore developed a unique application, named ICEBear (In Case of Emergency). This application for smartphones enables the user to send for help without making a call. Satellite technology is utilised to accurately determine the smartphone’s location and send it to Mooirivier Beskerming’s control room. The emergency signal is also sent to cell phone numbers of persons loaded by the user on his/her profile.
Mooirivier Beskerming will immediately send a reaction team to the scene to further investigate. Should the cell phone move, the location will be continually correlated with the data in the control room and assigned reaction vehicles. This enables reaction vehicles to, with the help of continuous voice instructions, follow the best route to the most recent location of the cell phone, even if the search is continued on foot.
Thanks to a collaboration agreement with ER24, medical aid is available within the shortest possible time. Clients’ medical information will be available on a database.
To get the app:

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