- CES 2018 will Feature the Debut of Smallest Wearable Ripple Safety Device
CES 2018 is one of the prime events that has an outreach to world’s tech market and customers. It has been one of the events that has helped many companies especially start-ups and other products. It was highlighted by Ripple CEO Tim O’Neil.
It came along with the announcement that Ripple Safety will be launching their new world’s smallest, wearable safety device at the CES 2018 event.
It is also synced with an app on the smartphone. It is more than a typical safety device. It does more than emit a sound or beep, or alert your friends and family. It is more conspicuous than that. It can send emergency notifications via the Ripple app to your family and friends without making it obvious.
The device is going to be small and wearable of course. It looks nothing like a safety device. It is as small as a dime and it is easily wearable by the user. It has a built-in Bluetooth device which is connected to a 24/7 Ripple Safety service which provides emergency services to its customers.
Trained Ripple Safety professionals are present to handle all alerts. Alerts that need immediate, emergency attention are relayed to 911. If the user sends a signal for help, the Ripple Safety monitoring team communicates the necessary information from the user’s in-app profile to First Responders.
When the user presses the device once, the software rapidlystarts a call-back from the Ripple Safety Team to help the user. In case of an emergency.
In urgent emergencies, the user can press the button three or more times. The Ripple Team follows the user’s defined in-app instructions, and can immediately alert 911 with the user’s profile and exact location.
The device will be on exhibit at CES 2018. The company will showcase the device including live product demos. It will be located in Booth 51481 of the Eureka Park Marketplace at the Sands Expo, Level 1, Hall G.
CES 2018 will run through January 9-12, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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