The scientists from various universities in Taiwan released a mobile application with just one touch, can tell to anyone, the location of the user who was trapped in earthquake rubble or buried by landslides.
"This application transmits the latitude and longitude of people who were stranded in the disaster area," said Liang Chih-hsiung, a professor of Lunghwa University.
Liang added that the application called Mobile Savior developed with her friends were already available in the mobile application store since Tuesday last, following the earthquake and tsunami in Japan last week.
Quoted from PC World, on Thursday (03/17/2011), Mobile Savior is available in English, Chinese and Japanese at USD 2.99. Do not want to miss charity, these application developers decided to donate all proceeds of sales of Mobile Savior for the victims of natural disasters in the country sakura.
Mobile Savior works by taking the location data from GPS systems that are on the phone. This data is then sent to another phone number, as demand for emergency assistance.