New Delhi [India], Mar. 6 (ANI): To assist schools to comply with the guidelines recently issued by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Gurgaon-based Internet-of-Things (IoT) startup Evoxyz Technologies is working to a deploy low cost high-tech child safety system, Evoschool.
Evoschool is a safety system built by Evoxyz which can locate children through an IoT-wearable within the school premises or outdoors when the child is en-route on the school bus. Parents and school authorities have access to the child's whereabouts at all times through a smart phone App.
Along with the precise location of the child, when they are indoors or in the bus, the Evoschool App provides alerts when the child enters a restricted area in the school, boards/de-boards the bus, or boards the wrong bus. It also provides alerts to the school security team, in case the designated staff moves away from the bus. It is a complete safety solution that brings the faculty, school administration, teachers and parents together as a team to be more vigilant and prevent security incidents.
"Contemplating child safety as a major issue, CBSE has taken a great initiative. The idea behind creating Evoschool is to provide a safe, easy and cost-effective safety platform for school administration, teachers, kids, and parents. Child safety today is a mandate, not an option. Evoxyz was incepted to work for this cause," said Shilpa Mahna Bhatnagar, Head of Evoxyz.
Additionally, Evoschool provides extensive reporting, analytics and insights into child behaviour to predict safety issues, monitoring of bus speed, capturing any deviation from set route, bus loading, miles driven, as well as fuel consumption,thus empowering schools to make data-driven decisions for increased efficiency. (ANI)