Alpify connects you with the emergency service 112/911 closest to where you are.
If you get lost or have an accident, you can send an alert message to the 112/911 service in the area through the Alpify application. It is very simple: press the “Emergency” button of the application, the message will also be sent automatically when you call 112/911.
— Alpify is operative in the regions which have taken up our service. Now it works in: The whole perimeter of Andorra: Andorran and Grandvalira Fire Brigade; In the following Spanish communities: Basque Country with SOS Deiak, La Rioja with SOS Rioja, 112 Cantabria, 112 Aragón, 112 Extremadura and Catalonia; In Caracas, the federal capital of Venezuela; Las Leñas ski resort in Argentina; French ski resorts: Courchevel, Font Romeu Pyrénées 2000 and Saint Lary; In Shahdag national park, Azerbaijan; In the city of Erzurum and the Palandöken ski resort in Turkey; And in Chimbulak ski resort, Kazakhstan.
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— Your route will be recorded to make it easier to find you in case of need.
This will mean that the 112/911 service in the area is aware of your location and route. These details will only be used in the event that you send an emergency signal or someone reports you as missing.
— Keep the “Locator” turned on to send your position.
Remember that you must have the Locator turned on, so that the rescue team in the area where you are can find you easily in the case of emergency.
— If Internet does not reach you, the sms will.
When there is no Internet the emergency request will be sent by sms. It will come directly to the Alpify system and will be processed by the 112/911 emergency service in your area.
— Wear on the battery
In Alpify we are working continuously to make sure that the application’s battery consumption is not a problem. At present on average Alpify with an Android device uses 7% of the battery for a whole day, and for iPhone it is 10% (Depending on model).
For any query on the system, please get in touch with [email protected]
- Improved displaying of routes.