Our company aims to work in the manufacturing and selling of a device called SafeTie.

In developing countries, while sexual violence is one of the biggest barriers to
freedom, especially for women, other crime rates have also been rising over the years. In fact, around 600 women were raped in the span of just 6 months in Bangladesh, according to a newspaper publication made by Dhaka Tribune in June 2018 (“Bangladesh witnesses 592 rapes”, 2018). The business idea is to ensure safety, especially for women in third world countries like India, Bangladesh and Pakistan, where they are vulnerable to sexual violence everyday. The business idea is to develop a safety strap called Safetie. SafeTie would be a resizable rubber strap around a small, flat device that has a button on it. The strap would be light-weight, and can be worn around limbs, waist or any other body area, preferably under clothing to make it inconspicuous to potential harasser. When the button is pressed a specific numbe...
Our company aims to work in the manufacturing and selling of a device called SafeTie.

In developing countries, while sexual violence is one of the biggest barriers to
freedom, especially for women, other crime rates have also been rising over the years. In fact, around 600 women were raped in the span of just 6 months in Bangladesh, according to a newspaper publication made by Dhaka Tribune in June 2018 (“Bangladesh witnesses 592 rapes”, 2018). The business idea is to ensure safety, especially for women in third world countries like India, Bangladesh and Pakistan, where they are vulnerable to sexual violence everyday. The business idea is to develop a safety strap called Safetie. SafeTie would be a resizable rubber strap around a small, flat device that has a button on it. The strap would be light-weight, and can be worn around limbs, waist or any other body area, preferably under clothing to make it inconspicuous to potential harasser. When the button is pressed a specific number of times, it will send signals to several enlisted phones through a mobile app. The app will have a list up to 10 family members or friends who preferably live nearby. Upon encountering danger, a person can press the button a specific number of times that would send an alert to the phones with details about the victim’s location, without letting the harasser know. Also, the app would be designed in a way that would open a messaging box for the enlisted mobile numbers, so that people receiving alerts could communicate with each other in a group.

Although especially targeted towards women, SafeTie has a wide range of use and value. We feel that it is our duty to elaborate on a plan that can potentially save lives.
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