The French Government Has Developed An App For National Emergencies

The French Government Has Developed An App For National Emergencies

Officials have updated France's communications to provide faster and more accurate messaging

Lara Piras
  • 13 june 2016

100,000 soldiers and police are monitoring the month-long European soccer championship Euro 2016 that kicked off on Friday. However with last year’s Paris terrorist attacks and the current turmoil that’s taking over the country’s streets, the government has turned security up a notch by introducing a new app. The smartphone software, named SAIP, translated as ‘Population Alert and Information System,’ is now available for the public to download from the Apple Store and Google Play.

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