Smart Jewelry Bracelet could call for help when you're attacked

We've already seen jewelry that sends out an alert when its wearer is attacked but they still have to push a button on it to make that happen. What if they can't reach their jewelry? Well, that's where the Smart Jewelry Bracelet comes in... Continue Reading Smart Jewelry Bracelet could call for help when you're attacked Category: Wearables Tags: Self-defense University of Alabama Related Articles: Pi-powered jacket wraps you in a personal cloud Could hackers tune into your brainwaves and steal your passwords? Royal Navy test fires supersonic interceptor missile Cold war redux? Russia unveils massive Satan 2 ICBM capable of destroying France or Texas in a single hit AIM device counts chews and takes photos to automatically track your diet Tough new tornado panels t

Automating personal safety with wearable smart jewelry

Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham are utilizing technology to create a pragmatic solution for physical or sexual assault prevention.

Thu 12 Apr 18 from Phys.org

Automating Personal Safety with Wearable Smart Jewelry, Wed 11 Apr 18 from Newswise

Smart bracelet can detect if wearer is attacked and call for help without the push of a button

A University of Alabama master's student has developed wearable technology to prevent sexual assault. Jayun Patel designed a bracelet that alerts the police if a wearer is attacked. ...

Fri 13 Apr 18 from Daily Mail

'Smart Jewelry' Can Help Prevent Assaults

NewsResearchers are utilizing technology to create a pragmatic solution for physical or sexual assault prevention.Contributed Author: University of Alabama at BirminghamTopics: Physics/Engineering

Thu 12 Apr 18 from Laboratory Equipment

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