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2403022

 

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A Study on Shake2Safety - An Android App for Women's Safety

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Swaleha Javed Khan, Himanshi Sahu, Radhika Yadav, Shivani Prajapati, Pankaj Singh Sisodiya

Abstract

This study focuses on India, where incidents of violence and harassment against women continue to occur despite efforts by authorities and organizations, to highlight the critical issue of women's safety in modern society. The study suggests creating an Android application as a response to improve women's safety via technology. Features like voice recognition for distress signals, real-time monitoring, and GPS tracking are all integrated into the application. To get help right away, users can share their location and send SOS alerts to emergency contacts. The practicality of the solution is ensured by feasibility studies, which address technical, operational, and economic factors. This paper examines current safety regulations and applications, offering recommendations for improving the system. Technical specifications help with development using Java, XML, SQL, and Android Studio by outlining hardware and software requirements. Finally, utilizing technology provides Technical specifications outlining software and hardware requirements, facilitating development with Java, XML, SQL, and Android Studio. In conclusion, leveraging technology offers a practical solution to address women's safety concerns, contributing to the discourse on women's rights and safety.

Keywords

Violence Against Women

 

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A Study on Shake2Safety - An Android App for Women's Safety. Swaleha Javed Khan, Himanshi Sahu, Radhika Yadav, Shivani Prajapati, Pankaj Singh Sisodiya. 2024. IJIRCT, Volume 10, Issue 2. Pages 1-9. https://www.ijirct.org/viewPaper.php?paperId=2403022

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