People are facing a lot of physical harassment in public places such as railway-bus stands, footpaths etc. There is a need for a security system to provide safety measures in public places as well as travelling alone through public transport. Stay Safe Application is an innovative safety application for women, men, senior citizens and anyone who needs assistance in an urgent situation.
The front-end involves Dart and the back-end involves SQLite. Here, the IDE used is Android Studio. Android Studio is the official Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for app development. Our flutter-based Stay Safe Security System will help the user to reach out to their family and friends who can navigate their current location.
This project is based on the flutter framework. Dart is a programming language that Google developed and keeps up with. A cross-platform framework for building high-performance mobile apps is called Flutter.
In this system, the user can set male or female scream alarms as well as police sirens so that when they are in danger the alarms will scream and the user can reach the people who can help them. They can also make a fake call with this system, and the call will be initiated for a minute with the caller’s name and number.
The user can share their current location with their family or friends who can help them by tracking their location. A link will be generated when the user turns their share location on and then the user can send that web link to anyone who can track them on Google Map.
The list of family members and friends will be displayed with their details to the user for quick access. When the user turns on the SOS feature, and in an emergency, they shake their mobile phone five times an email or SMS will be sent to all friends from their lists with a location link.
- It is easy to maintain.
- It is user-friendly.
- The system will be useful to keep themselves safe.
- It will help contact family and friends in an emergency by sharing their current location.
- The voice alarm helps to distract and divert the attackers.