Uber launches an emergency feature that calls 911 immediately – Research Snipers

Uber launches an emergency feature that calls 911 immediately

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Uber has presented another built-in feature in its application that enables the travelers to call 911 if there should be an occurrence of a crisis at first for the US. Thinking about the significance and simplicity of this element, it might be accessible in different nations too.

The world’s greatest ride-hailing service, Uber has as of late presented an “emergency” alternative in the application which gives users a chance to share their exact location and vehicle data on the off chance that something turns out badly. Presently, the travelers can share their ride track with their friends or relatives to keep any haphazardness.

The “emergency” button can be found in “safety center” menu on the home screen of the application. The button gives access to riders a snappy and simple approach to contact in a crisis amid their ride. To dial 911, riders should swipe up on the safety center icon, and afterward tap “911 assistance.” The call will be dispatched to the emergency responders after affirmation.

Uber has been experiencing tension after various claims of assault and attack cases including uber trips.

To guarantee security, Ubar’s CEO Dara Khosrowshahi a month ago shared the arrangement that Uber is “getting serious about safety” including updates like emergency button feature.

The year 2017 has been annihilating for Uber, right off the bat it was confronting government request and claims from its workers, drivers and even brokers and later on, considerably more, most pessimistic scenarios of lewd behavior devastated the picture of the organization globally. Presently, in 2018, it yet needs to perceive what the organization improves the world over.

At this point, the component has been taken off for the US yet it is normal that it will be propelled soon in different nations including Pakistan too.

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