Kenyan Startup Alatpres Launches Mobile Safety Application

Kenyan public security and information analytics startup Alatpres Applied sciences has launched a cellular resolution that gives a dependable emergency notification and administration resolution for residents, companies and public security companies. 

Launched in 2020, Alatpres develops applied sciences which are designed to reinforce public security by empowering communities and numerous entities  in ways in which allow extra collaboration and connectedness.

“We purpose to foster extra collaboration between communities and security suppliers in addition to promote a data-driven and proactive strategy to public security administration in Kenya and Africa,” Benedict Njue, the startup’s founder and chief govt officer (CEO), instructed Disrupt Africa.

Borrowing from the neighborhood policing idea, the Alatpres app is designed to offer a crowd-sourced response and intelligence system by growing neighborhood and institutional engagement in quick reporting and response to safety and security points and different occasions of public curiosity. 

It permits customers to create response teams inside their properties, residential locations,  workplaces, locations of worship, and studying establishments, that are then additional configured by integrating them with native first responders. 

“This allows quicker sharing of alerts, intelligence and situational info in a  single tab to a pre-configured response group, enabling quicker response,” stated Njue.

“We imagine having a prepared pre-configured and swift response system could make all  the distinction in any misery state of affairs and might save 1000's of lives and  properties that may in any other case have been misplaced.”

The answer additionally integrates modern-day information analytics instruments that topic person generated content material to evaluation to generate actionable security insights that can be utilized by numerous stakeholders and determination makers within the public security trade.

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