Security is something serious for us. No matter the place or the reason, the time or the destination, at Beat we are committed to making each road a safer place for all.
Our commitment to safety begins before the trip, as passengers and drivers can know who is at the other end when riding together. In addition, they can call each other anonymously, protecting the privacy of their personal data. And, of course, when the trip starts, passengers can easily share it with the people of their choice. We design all this for driver and rider safety.
Now, we proudly introduce a new safety feature; the Emergency Button, a new in-app feature that gives both drivers and passengers the opportunity to call emergency authorities at the tap of a button.
The call button includes the respective emergency number for each city that Beat is located in. In addition to being able to call the authorities at a moment’s notice, every time the button is used, Beat will get a notification, allowing a dedicated team to look into the potential incident.
“One of our main focuses at Beat has always been safety,” said Nikos Drandakis, CEO at Beat. “Both driver and rider safety is of the utmost importance to us, which is why we are implementing this new feature. We will continue to dedicate ourselves to the safety of both our drivers and passengers. This is just the first step. In the near future, we are going to present many more initiatives that focus more on prevention through technology, rather than reaction to safety-related events.”
Urban mobility is constantly changing to meet the needs of people who move through their cities. Beat is committed to being always one step ahead in security developments, focusing on the development of new features and high-level mechanisms, which seek your peace of mind in each trip. For safer people and safer cities.