The app that will get you through the lockdown!
We offer the general public and the authorities practical and flexible help to adapt to the restrictions on freedom during the crisis. Because, during the crisis, mobility means above all getting SafeTickets quickly and easily and WITHOUT a tracking function.
Problems immediately crop up for the government, for the general public and for law enforcement officers in relation to restrictions on people leaving home and border checks within a country and between two countries:
Efficient transfer of information between all stakeholders with regard to freedom of movement – Who? When? Where? and Why? How long?
With SafeTicket, citizens are issued with tickets acting as permits to go out in an uncomplicated and automatic way. They are verified against their personal ID document. That ticket can be checked quickly and smoothly via police inspections – either directly via a QR code or on request for the ticket number – depending on the technical equipment of the law enforcement officers. Only in case of suspicion do the law enforcement officers also need to see an ID document or to check the authenticity of the ticket on the basis of the ticket number.
The list of permits can be flexibly adapted to the current pandemic requirements in each country. Citizens can therefore always select from the currently allowed circumstances in the generation of the ticket. So it is always clear to everyone: What is not in the list is not allowed. And SafeTicket offers reporting features. With SafeTicket law enforcement authorities can know at any time where they can anticipate a large number of people appearing. They can therefore set up targeted checks where they are needed.
Citizens can rest assured when they enter their personal data into the system because we only save them on their own devices. It is only the ticket that is stored on the server. So it is impossible to track where individuals have stayed or will stay. Freedom also means informal self-determination. That is why we not only stick to strict German data protection requirements but, furthermore, we don’t even save the data on the server at all, where they could be misused (for example by hackers).