Staying safe with Safeture
GWS’s mission is to provide the right information in real-time to save lives.
Read our case studies to learn how Safeture has helped our users.
On Friday evening November 13th 2015, several establishments in the 10th and 11th arrondissements in Paris were attacked by a coordinated series of terrorist attacks. All Safeture app users that visit France are automatically notified and informed by [...]
Explosive volcanoes blast hot solid and molten rock fragments, and gases into the air. Ash can fall hundreds of miles downwind, and dangerous mudflows/floods can occur in valleys leading away from volcanoes. On August [...]
In July 2015 rivalling communities clashed in the town of Ghardaia, 600 km (373 miles) from the capital of Algiers. More than 20 people were killed and more than 300 people were injured before [...]
Dust and sand storms are an unpredictable phenomenon, but are common in arid and semi-arid regions. For travelers that aren’t use to Sandstorms, visibility is low, and the storms can cause discomfort for individuals [...]
On April 2nd, 2015, at Garissa University, the Somali-based militant groupal-Shabaab terrorists killed almost 150 people, primarily students, and wounded many others. During the attack Safeture was able to send SMS alerts to all [...]
The Ebola virus causes an acute, serious illness which is often fatal if left untreated. The outbreak that occurred in March, 2014, caused worldwide, and intense media attention. The severity and spreadability of the [...]
Beijing and other large urban centres in China suffer from regular problems with high pollution levels. In Beijing, high pollution levels have been recorded on several occasions in recent months without an alert being [...]
In early November 7th 2013, Typhoon Haiyan, one of the most devastating storms ever recorded, caused great destruction throughout the Philippines and other parts of the South Pacific. Safeture, days before the landfall of the storm [...]
In Indonesia on 11th of April 2012, an undersea earthquake occurred with a magnitude of 8.6, close to Aceh province. Tsunami warnings were issued in the following countries: Indonesia, Australia, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Myanmar, [...]
In September to October 2011 multiple kidnappings and attacks took place in the coastal resort of Lamu, Kenya, targeting foreign nationals. No travel risk advice was issued at an early stage by any local authority [...]