SugboTek Inc. attended the Google Developers Groups Philippines 2017, held at The Green Sun Hotel in Makati, connecting with other Google developers and upgrade its knowledge to the new development in the industry and GDG Community.
The Guardian, a dispatch and civilian reporting system developed by software firm SugboTek Inc., aims to deliver faster response time in emergency cases like fire, medical help, and crime. This “disruptive” emergency disaster response app may be ready for download and use by Cebuanos starting January 2018, in time for the Sinulog festival.
REPORTING crimes, fire alarms and incidents may soon be just a click away on your smartphone. A memorandum of agreement (MOA) and memorandum of understanding (MOU) were signed by local software company SugboTek Inc. of 7Core Communications Inc. and the Association of Barangay Councils (ABC) for the GUARDIAN application.
Four Cebu City barangays will serve as pilot areas for a mobile software application or app that will allow users to report emergencies and dispatch responders and emergency teams.
Tisa Barangay Captain and Association of Barangay Councils President Phillip Zafra said the emergency app aims to deliver faster response time in emergency cases like fire, medical help, and crime.
LOOK: The Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) presents demonstration of their new customer telephoning system. The system is an upgraded version of the utility company's existing telephony service. It is expected to improve and fast-track the dissemination of information on billing updates, and scheduled and emergency interruptions, among others. With the new technology, MCWD assures real-time customer service.
SugboTek Inc. President and CEO Cloyd B. Dedicatoria presented the the GUARDIAN Emergency App to the member Cities and Municipalities of MEGA CEBU.
During the Digital Governance Summit held at Cebu Provincial Capitol.