beamSmart Emergency Applications

The Products: beamSmart Emergency Applications

A group of related applications – beamSmart Emergency Applications – all run through the Patented beamSmart system.


What have beamSmart Emergency Applications In Common?

All are sophisticated, revolutionary applications, optimised to run on any combination of devices including android, iPhone, iPad’s, PCs and Macs.

beamSmart Emergency Applications operate from the cloud and provide nearly instant communication, totally reliable, worldwide.

What Do beamSmart Emergency Applications Do And What Do They Have In Common?

beamSmart Emergency Applications bring rapid and reliable assistance to anyone in trouble! They also give reassurance when they are safe.

People use their cellphones or tablets to call for help from their chosen receivers including call centers, parents and friends, caregivers etc. (responders).

Responders are given very rich information about the person, the situation, the location, and much more.

How does this differ from existing emergency call applications?- In many ways : here are a few

  • EVERYTHING is integrated on one page or screen on a mobile phone or device It’s a unified system run by beamSmart which is best described as a universal messaging system.

  • At the push of a button or automatically a user can not only call for help but RELY on help from multiple sources at once: for example, in a fire , a person wants to be in touch with police, ambulance, fire station and friends or family living nearby. These are pre-set just for such events.

  • Being in touch so effectively and quickly is only the first of the special benefits that this application provides: here are some more:

  • Communication is live.

  • Communication is with multiple responders people, , and includes Communication is private (they call Centres and others are part of a temporary, ‘Community’ created for the purpose – the calls are not put out on a public platform).

  • Communication uses multiple videos, voice, chat, text, SMS files and voip (like Skype)

  • The application is very intuitive and easy to use – even a child of three or four can push the right buttons – in fact multiple sensors make it possible for people who are not able to do even that ( babies, people who are unconscious people being assaulted, for example) to send alerts to respondents.

  • Machine Learning insures rapid and efficient programming and communications between responders.

  • It’s inexpensive : protect you and your family for around $10 per month!

What Are Some Of Beamsmart Emergency Applications’ Unique Features

These features in combination are unique: – there are NO other systems that do all of the functions in one as do beamSmart Emergency Applications.

  • A unified system making it very easy to operate and intuitive.

  • It’s cost effective for the users and for the companies at a fraction of the price of current comparable applications they may have some but not all of the features in one

  • It’s super easy to customise.

  • It is conformable to existing systems

  • Customizations are achieved at little or no cost

  • Changes can be made virtually on-the-fly and no upgrade charges ever apply

Give Examples Of Some Of The Applications:

  • beamCampus

  • beamPolice

  • beamFire

  • beamRoadsideAssist

  • beamTaxi

  • beamChildCare

  • beamAgedCare

  • beamAssault

  • beamAmbulance

  • beamEmergencyServices

  • beamLoneWorker-ManDown

  • beamHomeAssist

Are Beamsmart Emergency Applications Proven?

Field tested successfully in Australia and on 3 continents, and a University in USA, with a host of others coming online over the next 2 months in airports, Navy facilities, recreational vehicles, Energy Companies and National Call 911 Centres.

When were Beamsmart Emergency Applications introduced into Australia? October 2014

How Can We Find Out More About Them?

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Customised state-of-the art security systems which integrate with beamSmart applications and vodafone

System enables private and public users to reliably make and answer calls for assistance or rescue: alerts may be actively or passively triggered.

In Australia, the upcoming man down / lone worker legislation due to be fully implemented in January 2014 will apply nationwide (see ) applicable to EVERY lone worker, government and private in Australia – employers will need to comply with the new work health and safety regulations: in anticipation of this happening, we have designed a system which has been shown to many interested parties, including

  • the Brisbane City Council,

  • Brisbane State Emergency Services,

  • Toowooba Council

  • Airport Waste Management Victoria,

  • Brisbane and State Police

  • Brisbane Bus Services

  • Queensland Recreational Centres

  • Brisbane High Schools

All the above named, without exception are very impressed by what gSMS can do, and how it will help their workers and people in their organisations – while complying with the legislated requirements.

Councils have taken the systems on trial runs, and have found that it meets every criterion  – reliability, functionality, customizability, price and more.


Allan Dunsmuir CEO DOTNAV SERVICES, Chief Executive Officer AWARDED WORLDWIDE WHO’S WHO for Excellence in Training Services

Allan Dunsmuir Managing Director, Chief Executive Officer – Shared Vision Group Ltd : CEO beamSmart Australia Pty Ltd

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PRESS RELEASE  Allan Dunsmuir Inducted into Worldwide Who’s Who for Excellence in Training Services

TOOWOOMBA, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA, January 23, 2013, Allan Dunsmuir, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Shared Vision Group Ltd, has been recognized by Worldwide Who’s Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in training services.



NSA was authorized by executive order to monitor, without search warrants


The NSA warrantless surveillance controversy (AKA “Warrantless Wiretapping”) concerns surveillance of persons within the United States during the collection of foreign intelligence by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) as part of the war on terror. Under this program, referred to by the Bush administration as the “terrorist surveillance program“,[1] part of the broader President’s Surveillance Program, the NSA was authorized by executive order to monitor, without search warrants, the phone calls,Internet activity (Web, e-mail, etc.), text messaging, and other communication involving any party believed by the NSA to be outside the U.S., even if the other end of the communication lies within the U.S. Critics, however, claimed that it was in an effort to attempt to silence critics of the Bush Administration and their handling of several hot button issues during its tenure. Under public pressure, the Bush administration ceased the warrantless wiretapping program in January 2007 and returned review of surveillance to the FISA court.[2] Subsequently, in 2008 Congress passed the FISA Amendments Act of 2008, which relaxed some of the original FISA court requirements.

During the Obama Administration, the NSA has officially continued operating under the new FISA guidelines.[3] However, in April 2009 officials at the United States Department of Justice acknowledged that the NSA had engaged in “overcollection” of domestic communications in excess of the FISA court’s authority, but claimed that the acts were unintentional and had since been rectified. [4]  READ MORE HERE 

 I have copied this in red: you are exposed whenever you use the internet, mobile phone, tablet, GPS, Facebook, Twitter etc — CAN YOU TRUST THEM? You decide.

Look for technology which protects you: makes you safer – such as gSMS!