Finding yourself in a parking lot alone at night, in a deserted street, or on public transport? For 76%, 73% and 52% of women respectively, a Yougov poll revealed last March, these situations are most often accompanied by a feeling of insecurity. A feeling that has nothing to do with a simple view of the mind: 54% of women say they have been verbally attacked in the street by men, 14% physically.
Nothing new under the sun, alas. But it is starting from this observation, and from a “little personal misadventure”that Ludivine Romary, 27, had the idea of developing jewelry that women would always wear and that would allow them to alert their loved ones in case of danger.
The principle ? Launch an alert with a single press to 5 pre-recorded contacts, and automatically send an SMS specifying their geolocation in real time for five minutes (this is not a tracker
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