Safeture for Travelers 2018-10-03T11:49:22+00:00

Safeture: Keeping travelers safe

Safeture sends real-time travel security alerts when you need them. 

Safeture One is a travel security app that sends alerts for natural disasters, accidents, outbreaks of disease, political unrest, crime, economic instability, and travel delays.

We worry about travel safety, so you can enjoy your trip!

Walk me home: Walking home in an unfamiliar part of town? Send your movements to friends and family, and Let them see your real-time trail!

Push Notifications: Real-time warnings, alerts, and information about safety, security and travel plans.

Country safety and travel info: Advice reviewed by analysis, at hand, for every location.

Worldwide SOS emergency numbers: Emergency contact numbers for police, ambulance, and fire services update automatically depending on your location.

Local news wherever you are: Simple access to local news in English, and updated to where you are in the world.

Share your position: Check in and share your location with friends and family.


Safeture: sending the right alert at the right time

Send your real-time trail to friends or family

Walking home alone at night in an unfamiliar neighborhood? Alert your friends and family and give them a real-time trail of your movements. 


Interested in trying the consumer version?

Try Safeture today.


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Read our case studies to learn more about Safeture One

Brazilian Presidential Elections: First impressions on security

Brazil just went through the second round of its latest presidential elections on Sunday, 28 October. Jair Bolsonaro, a far-right candidate from the small and conservative Social Liberal Party (PSL), came out as the [...]

  • Source: Fabio Rodrigues Pozzebom/Agência Brasil, Wikimedia

October in Review

Following are some of major events that have been dominating the global headlines in the month of October:   US-Saudi Arabia ties tested amid murder of prominent journalist The murder of prominent [...]

  • Source: Petra Bensted, Flickr

Tsunami in Sulawesi underscores weaknesses of disaster warning mechanism

In late September, the Indonesian province of Sulawesi was hit by a strong earthquake, followed by a tsunami that devastated coastal cities in the region. The death toll reached 1,200 in matter of days [...]

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