Send Messages Without A Cellular Network

Send Messages Without A Cellular Network
Technology

Phone software allows emergency workers to send important info across long distances

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 3 june 2016

Being able to connect to the Internet has become an integral part of the way we communicate. But what do rescue workers do when the grid is down? A new app allows emergency workers to contact one another even when the connection is faulty: FireChat Alerts, developed by California-based tech company Open Garden.

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