Currently Even Alexa Doesn't Support Calls To 911. Noonlight Wants To Change That With Partnerships To Put Tech In Amazon Alexa And Google Home.
Noonlight is pushing to integrate its safety app into every gadget like smart smoke detectors and smart speakers. OnStar is a feature which calls helps when you’ve trouble on the road. So far, this idea has not been brought into the house. Alexa cannot even support calls to the emergency services – 911.
Noonlight, known also by its previous name of SafeTrek, created an app that lets one call for help by pressing a button on the app. The app calls 911 unless you enter the PIN within 10 seconds. The company is planning to expand and has partnerships to integrate its tech in Google Home smart speakers, Amazon Alexa, Nest Protect smoke detector, Canary security camera, Apple Health app, and Biostrap health wearable.
The first integration was with Canary cameras which went live on Thursday. The camera sends a push notification when it notices something off ordinary. If it doesn’t receive any response, it calls for help. Droege visualizes a day when your smart gadgets keep you safe.
A Nest cam might see you grabbing your chest as your Apple Watch detects an erratic heartbeat. Google Home hears you gasping for breath and summon help.
Instead of calling the 911, they alert a call center where a person alerts the 911.
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