App uses Wi-Fi to save people who are lost in the woods

If you're lost or injured in the wilderness, there's a good chance that there won't be cellular coverage where you are that means you can't just phone for help. Your smartphone may still get you found, however, thanks to a new app designed at Spain's Universidad de Alicante... Continue Reading App uses Wi-Fi to save people who are lost in the woods Category: Good Thinking Tags: Apps Location Rescue Smartphones Universidad de Alicante Wi-Fi Related Articles: Floating fluorometer could get the drop on oil spills New device could make tracheotomies quicker and easier Eco-friendly wall panels have some nice threads Abundant silicon at the heart of cheaper renewable energy storage system Robotic fish adjusts its motion to reveal acidic hotspots

New app developed to locate people in areas without a phone signal

Researchers of the Universidad de Alicante (UA) have developed new technology that makes it possible to locate people who have suffered an accident in remote locations without a phone signal ...

Thu 28 Dec 17 from Phys.org

New app developed to locate people in areas without a phone signal, Thu 28 Dec 17 from AlphaGalileo

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