TODAY’S PATENT – MOBILE PHONE PERSONAL SECURITY ACCESSORY
This device was invented by Todd W. Baldree (Greer, SC). It was patented by the USPTO on January 18, 2022, bearing patent number USD941172S1.This patent was assigned to Katana Safety, Inc. (Greenville, SC). Their claim is the ornamental design for the mobile phone personal security accessory, as shown and described.
KATANA Safety attaches to a smartphone and opens an emergency response platform by just pressing a button, circumventing the lock screen. The ultimate personal safety platform that gives employers and employees a sense of confidence, connectedness, and control has been created by KATANA Safety through the integration of a patented device, a 24/7 Response Center with an enterprise-level app and emergency communication dashboard.
Following the activation of an alert, KATANA Safety alerts the Circle of Safety and provides members with the necessary information to assist by means of the following messages, once the 24/7 Response Center has verified the need for emergency assistance:
- Text Message: A text alert regarding the alarm will be sent to each member.
- Location Map: This is a link to a map that shows you exactly where you are.
- Conference Call: Members of the Safety Circle are automatically invited to a conference call to discuss the situation and create a plan of action with one another.