Automated Protocol Intelligence

Cell Phone Safety Solutions

Automates enforcement of Federal, State & Local Law when in a Restricted Safety Zone


Mission Statement: To establish a uniform global standard throughout the wireless industry to increase the functionality of mobile devices to provide simple solutions to remedy grand societal problems.



Connect Hands Free

No SMS is worth an SOS  
GlobalPost by Betwa Sharma

“According to the World Health Organization, the global losses of cell phone distracted driving are estimated to cost governments between 1 and 3 percent of GDP.”

Texting ban a safety issue by Guy Watts

“A texting driver is more impaired than a drunk driver with three times the legal limits. A texting driver is twice as likely to cause an accident as a drunk driver.”

Safety group wants more data on cellphone bans 
USA Today by Larry Copeland

“The National Safety Council says handheld bans don’t go far enough.”

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Phone Is Locked Out
In This Prison Facility

Facebook deletes prisoner pages, where inmates conduct criminal activity
DESERET NEWS by Elizabeth Stuart

“The smartphone is the most lethal weapon you can get inside a prison.”

Bloods leader runs gang from prison
THE STAR LEDGER  by Jason Grant

“For a decade 41-year-old Vincent Young had been running  the most powerful street gang in New Jersey. And he did it all from a state prison, where he’s been locked up since 1994 for killing a man, using unauthorized cell phones — gained while incarcerated.”

Inmate runs million dollar credit card scam on cell phone from behind bars
The Consumerist by Chris Moran 

“Armed with only an illegal cellphone, an inmate at the nation’s largest single federal prison was able to coordinate upwards of $1 million in credit card fraud in the outside world.”

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Phone Is Sleeping
In This Classroom

Cell Phones in Schools: Useful Tool or Giant Distraction?
IGI Global publishing academic excellence

“Despite a variety of support and opposition on each side of this issue, the bottom line may simply be that cell phones are a technology that is not going away any time soon, and schools need to decide the best way to handle them: embracing the technology, banning cell phones entirely, or something in between.”

Push to prohibit school cellphone use
WPRI eyewitness news

“Educators question how a ban would be enforced, and whether they’re waging a battle against technology they can’t win.”

Cellphone policy will pose issues

“Innovation and creativity should be encouraged, especially in our schools and our children must exceed standards on new technology to keep pace with this diverse global society.”

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In Flight Mode
Phone Is Locked
Until Pilot Permission

Study: In-flight cell phone use may cause serious problems
Komo News by Lindsay Chen

“A new study is sounding the alarm when it comes to the link between cell phones and plane interference. ”

Confidential Report (with Video)- Is It Really Safe to Use a Cellphone on a Plane?
ABC World News with Diane Sawyer & Brian Ross

“you probably have serious doubts about those pre-flight announcements asking you to turn off your cellphones, blackberries, iPods and anything else electronic. The announcements are flat-out ignored by many frequent fliers. But a confidential industry study obtained by ABC News indicates there really could be serious safety issues related to cellphones and other PEDs.”

Boeing Website: Interference from electronic devices

“Operators of commercial airplanes have reported numerous cases of portable electronic devices affecting airplane systems during flight.”

Phone Is Sleeping
In This Court Room

Judiciary grapples with problem of cell phones in court
The Providence Journal by Sandor Bodo

“a safety concern that bedevils courts throughout the nation, cell phones were used to photograph defendants, a prosecutor and Krause himself. What concerns me are the photographs of jurors, and potential witness intimidation,” Superior Court Judge Robert D. Krause said. It’s a dilemma faced by courts throughout the country.”

Web enabled phones sowing mistrials in court rooms
The New York Times by JOHN SCHWARTZ 3-17-2009

“But when the judge questioned the rest of the jury, he got an even bigger shock. Eight other jurors had been doing the same thing. The federal judge, William J. Zloch, had no choice but to declare a mistrial, a waste of eight weeks of work by federal prosecutors and defense lawyers.”

Cellphones to be prohibited in courtrooms
Marshall News by Robin Y. Richardson 

“But while cell phones may rule many aspects of daily life, the technological devices seldom have their way in the courtroom.  Many courts have cracked down on the use of cell phones by prohibiting jurors from possessing them during deliberation.”

High Security Area
Phone Use Restricted

This protocol is specifically designed for government buildings such as Y 12 (house uranium secrets) and others where cell phones are strictly forbidden at all times.

Phone is Sleeping in
ICU Area To Prevent
Equipment Malfunction

Why am I not allowed to use my cell phone in airplanes or hospitals?
How Stuff Works – Tech

“Many hospitals have installed wireless networks for equipment networking. The black antenna sticking out of the top of the monitor connects it back to the nursing station via a wireless network. If you use your cell phone and it creates interference, it can disrupt the transmissions between different pieces of equipment.”

Hospitals Nationwide Combat Employee Camera-Phone Abuse
Wired by Randy Dotinga

“I think all hospitals in the United States are going to have to deal with (camera-phone use), said Suellyn Ellerbe, chief executive officer of Tri-City Medical Center. In response to the problems, hospital administrators have banned staff from using cell phones in clinical areas, and all cell phones are forbidden in the convalescent unit.”

Phone Is Sleeping
During Prayer Service

In a World of Disruption

“Recently when my wife, Kathleen, and I attended a wedding, a member of the audience refused to take off his wireless Bluetooth earpiece. I wondered what phone call could be so important that he couldn’t even take off his earpiece for the bride’s entrance.”

People Flaunt The Royal Wedding Cell Phone Ban
The Atlantic Wire by Ray Gustini

When the British Royal Family took the step of installing “signal-blocking technology” in Westminster Abbey this week, TV networks supported the decision, because they wanted to avoid what The Daily Mail called “unfortunate sightings of guests on their phones.” So far it doesn’t seem to be working.

Turn the other ear – Cell Phones in Worship
The Washington Post – Thomas Grant

“I am a parishioner at a Catholic Church in Rockville, Md. But there is one problem that occurs at almost every one of his Masses – a cell phone goes off in the middle of the service.”

Shhh… Quiet Please.
Phone Is Silenced During Showtime.

Movie theatre etiquette for the modern day audience
ScreenRant by Paul Young

“Cell phone interruptions has become such a problem in theaters that the original Please refrain from talking during the movie slides that used to be shown before a film have now been replaced with “Please silence your cell phone.”

In-theater texting and cell-phone ringing: A modest proposal
IBJ – by Lou Harry’s A&E

“Unfortunately, reports of cell phone ringing in theaters continues. And texting continues to be a source of frustration for those of us who actually want to focus on what’s happening on stage. My question: Will anything work?”

Cell Phones in Movie Theaters

“The National Association of Theater Operators requested permission from Congress to allow them to block cell transmissions in theaters during show times, something that is against federal FCC regulations.”


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