Saturday, 31 March 2012

Army Chief launches “Eyewatch” a state-of-art mobile phone application for the Indian Army families, Veterans and Ex- Servicemen

“Since year 2012 – 13 is declared as ‘Year for Veterans’, this is the first step to reach out to our Veterans and families to provide them this Emergency Alert Service ‘FREE OF COST’ ” said Gen. V.K. Singh, Chief of Army Staff. 
Eyewatch – a world class, emergency alert mobile application was launched by the Chief of Army Staff, Gen. V.K. Singh, PVSM, AVSM, YSM, ADC for the safety and assurance of Army families, Veterans and the Ex-Servicemen on the occasion of Veteran Melaat Gurgaon on 31st March 2012.The Chief of Army staff pressed the symbolic button to launch exclusive Eyewatch service. He Also personally congratulated the Eyewatch team for doing an excellent job and the response from the Veterans and Ex – Servicemen was enormous. 

Eyewatch is an easy to use mobile phone application, for your personal safety, which gets installed on your phone and allows you to trigger instant emergency alerts to your trusted contacts, alerting them of your emergency along with your Location, Audio Visual information of the Situation and other critical details. 
The objective of the application is to simplify communication when the user is in distress and allow individuals to communicate with their Family, Employers, Doctors or Security Personnel and Agencies, in an easy and decisive manner during a crisis. 
IndianeyeSecurity PrivateLimited, a Delhi based technology driven Security Company has offered this application free of cost to the Indian Army families, Veterans and Ex servicemen.


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