The aim of Deadline.live is to provide a simple and reliable digital safety net for anyone that feels vulnerable.
We're currently an app that uses the idea of a dead man's switch. We monitors your check-ins and location. Failure to check-in within your designated timeframe alerts anyone monitoring your deadline and gives them the ability to track your location to find and save you.
We also have basic safety features such as a panic button for emergencies.
There are some people that don't feel safe just living their life, we want to change that. Deadline.live aims to give people a sense of security knowing that they have a backup, a safety net that will help them if anything bad happens.
The original idea for Deadline.live came from a personal dilemma. William Halle (our Managing Director) suffers from diabetes. A common problem with diabetes is low blood sugar. Although most of the time this can be solved by eating a few sweets, sometimes it's serious and can result in loss of consciousness, coma, or even death. The fact is, every low sugar level situation could be resolved by someone knowing you needed help.
As the universe loves to play tricks on us, one of the symptoms of low sugar is confusion, a diabetic wouldn't neccesarily know that they needed help. That's where we come in. Our dead man's switch will send help unless you tell it not to. It will always have your back.
Deadline.live is currently only an Android app. We will be coming to iOS in the near future so we can help all of you.
However, the Deadline.live app is only the beginning. We're currently in talks to create a 'product' which we believe would help transform the lives of those that suffer from diseases, conditions, or even those that just want to feel safer.
While for our own legal reasons we can't disclose what this product is exactly, don't forget about it! All we can say is check back around February 2019... perhaps they'll be some news?