'The Lady Ego': Alerts User and Provides Protection When in a Vulnerable Situation
PASADENA, Calif., September 5, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Safety is a problem that every individual, particularly females, must consider when exercising or walking, jogging or running on dark streets or roads. The Lady Ego is a portable, personal, five-point safety device boasting sophisticated electronic machinations. It is designed for use by females or anyone who may be walking alone in darkened, unsecured environments. Featuring a camera with audio/video, an infrared scanning system, motion detector, GPS/Panic/Alarm system and force field, the design intent is to provide consumers a means of ascertaining the security of their environment and protecting themselves from potential attackers.
The Lady Ego is similar in size to a smartphone and has a shatterproof case featuring an eagle with wings spread that houses the electronics and a clip securing the unit to the user. The device has a series of push buttons that powers each individual function, and boast high-output speakers for use of alarm. A USB and charging port is provided for use with the device's charging cord. The first component of the Lady Ego comprises a camera with audio/video. A sizable interactive LCD viewing screen displays video recorded both via the handheld unit and a companion camera configured to be mounted within one's vehicle, designed to record activity at a 360-degree perimeter around the vehicle. The second feature is an infrared scanning system used for detecting the presence of persons or animals approaching or lurking in dark or hidden areas or corners along one’s route. The third feature is a body motion detector that clips to the back of an individual and detects the presence of motion from behind within a set radius. The fourth feature combines a GPS/Panic/Alarm system. The panic button when activated, immediately calls 911, and at the same time activates the unit's integrated global positioning system, sending the operator and police the user's exact location for an immediate response and action. The piercing alarm is activated to scare off the potential attacker, and alert others to call for help. The final component of the Lady Ego is an electronic force field that can be automatically activated on demand. This force field, while pointed at the potential attacker, creates a level of resistance, preventing a would-be attacker from physically interacting with the user. Televised test marketing has recently been completed indicating strong consumer interest in The Lady Ego.
The Lady Ego is Patent Pending and was invented by Carmen Jhaye of Pasadena, California who said, "This is a personal protection device to protect women or anyone when out in public alone. It functions like a personal bodyguard, and provides a sense of security for all who carry it. It works, and your life is worth it."
EDITOR'S NOTE: Development of this product is being handled by Invents Company. For more information about licensing or sale, contact the Licensing Department at Invents Company Operations Center, P.O. Box 1682, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina 29576 212-620-2629 www.invents.com
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Source: Invents Company