Passenger Safety

In December 2012, News of a heinous crime with a 23-year-old physiotherapy student committed by six men on a bus in the capital territory of Delhi shocked the world and jolted the Indian legal system into reconsidering its protections for women.

At a time when women's safety is once again a hot topic of discussion amid violent rapes across India, the Two largest ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft released reports mentioning they received 4,000 cases of sexual assault over 3 years (2021, Lyft) and Nearly 6,000 U.S. Sexual Assault Claims in Past 2 Years(2019, Uber) in the United States.

Most of the ride-hailing companies operate in a marketplace model, providing a quick and cheapest commute option leaving the safety of passengers in their own hands.

Ridesharing drivers work as independent contractors rather than full-time employees, which makes drivers less likely to worry about losing their jobs if they commit a crime.

The provision of CCTV and alarm buttons may become useful only after a crime has already been committed.

At Lizmotors we have developed an AI-powered cloud-connected device for vehicles.

The device has multiple inbuilt sensors and cameras that constantly monitor the driver's and passengers' activities and provide real-time updates to ensure passenger and driver safety.