Los Angeles, CA, August 9, 2016 (Newswire.com) - AT&T and Verizon, the leading U.S wireless carriers should require ‘Safe Texting’ Safety System as a mandatory feature in all smartphones that operate in their respective wireless networks – to put pressure on leading smartphone manufacturers to implement Safe Texting as a standard feature on all of their smartphones – helping to eliminate the increasing rates of texting while driving accidents in the U.S.
Safe Texting is a safety system technology creating a system-based solution between the driver, vehicle and smartphone. Safe Texting is a unique safety system enabling hands and eyes free texting while driving at any speed, and holds the promise to eliminate once and for all, texting while driving accidents.
"Safe Texting is unique in that it does not change human behavior and permits unlimited texting while driving at any speed. To ensure widespread adoption of Safe Texting's groundbreaking safety system, AT&T and Verizon need to adopt and support Safe Texting wireless technology between their customer smarphones and vehicle electronics."
Tara Chand, Founder & CEO Internet Promise Group Inc.
For driver convenience, Safe Texting automatically switches between a smartphone’s normal texting mode into Safe Texting mode when the car is shifted from Park into Drive, freeing the driver from having to think about or do anything.
The Safe Texting Safety System would be a natural extension of U.S. wireless carrier’s moral and legal responsibility to its customers – and would require no additional hardware or software costs to the carriers – helping to enable widespread adoption of Safe Texting in smartphones and vehicles to eliminate texting while driving accidents.
According to Safe Texting inventor Tara Chand, “Safe Texting is unique in that it does not change human behavior and permits unlimited texting while driving at any speed. To ensure widespread adoption of Safe Texting’s groundbreaking safety system, AT&T and Verizon need to adopt and support Safe Texting wireless technology between their customer smarphones and vehicle electronics.”
As smartphones have become inseparable from our daily lives, the addictive nature of being in constant touch has increased in correlation with the rate of U.S. accidents resulting from texting while driving; local and national news media often feature tragic news stories about accidents or fatalities resulting from distracted drivers texting while driving.
Many have tried to solve the growing problem of texting while driving with either brute force technology by disabling the handset, educating the public of the dangers of texting while driving, or enacting new Anti-Texting laws. Neither method has proven an effective solution, as many State governments have come to realize after recently introduced Anti-Texting laws resulted in little to no effect on curbing texting while driving accident rates.
Mr Chand noted, “For many people smartphones have become an extension of individual personalities, and communicating via texting, even while driving, is now fundamental to staying in touch with anyone, anywhere; one cannot legislate that or prohibit what has become natural human behavior.”
Understanding that aspect of human behavior has been fundamental to conceiving, developing and patenting the Safe Texting Safety System, which creates the first viable system solution to eliminating the problem of texting while driving. Safe Texting has been system-engineered from the top down and ground up, to address any and all issues related to solving such a complex problem.
Safe Texting has been engineered to not only effectively solve the problem of safely texting while driving, but ensure implementation costs are minimal for all market participants, including smartphone & vehicle manufacturers, and cost-free for U.S. wireless carriers, which collectively have the power to eliminate driving while accidents once and for all in the U.S.
Mr. Chand said, “He is looking to partner with any and all interested societal, business and government entities, to grant licenses to have the Safe Texting Safety System adopted by major U.S. wireless carriers and implemented in all smartphones and vehicle operating systems. He invites open inquiries from anyone and asks AT&T and Verizon to help support the wide-spread adoption of Safe Texting for the benefit of all Americans.”
Tara Chand is the founder and CEO of Internet Promise Group (IPG). IPG is a unique innovation enterprise that was founded by Tara Chand in January 2000. Through his creative efforts the company has built a large and diverse capital asset base of Intellectual Property.
A prolific inventor, Mr. Chand has organized this broad array of IP assets across seven different market verticals (www.internetpromisegroup.com). IPG is planning to go public in the near future with an announcement of a major International IPO
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Source: Internet Promise Group Inc.