Global Warning System (GWS) announces today that a pending patent application for a solution related to its positioning technology has been approved (Notice of allowance) by the European Patent Office (EPO). The patent will be applicable in more than 30 European countries and valid until the 11th of April 2033.
GWS provides a service concept, Safeture, a personal security service for travellers, accessible through an app that is easily downloaded to the mobile phone. The app contains critical information and alerts in real time about your actual location, giving service and safety while travelling. The patent is one of the components in GWS’ advanced positioning technology. Andreas Rodman, CEO of GWS, comments on the advance notice that the patent will be approved:
“I am very pleased to announce that we have received this information about our patent application. The European Patent Office will approve it for use in Europe. It is a confirmation of our cutting edge technology leadership, and we can consolidate our position within our area of business.”
About GWS Production AB and Safeture
GWS, Global Warning System, was founded in 2009, triggered by the experience with a global SARS epidemic, the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and the Mumbai terror attacks. The company offers a mobile device based, personal security service Safeture, in order to protect the traveller by real-time tracking and providing valuable real-time information about disasters and other threats that could impact on the traveller. The system consists of a range of services that are delivered via the traveller’s mobile phone and is provided to both businesses – Safeture Pro, and to private individuals – Safeture.
The GWS share is listed on NASDAQ First North Stockholm. Sedermera Fondkommission is the Certified Adviser.
For additional information on the service, visit www.safeture.com or contact CEO Andreas Rodman, +46 (0) 708 – 10 13 16, e-mail: email@example.com
This is an English version of a press release communicated by GWS Production AB. In any case of doubt or possible differences regarding the different versions it is the Swedish version that shall apply.