ST. LOUIS – Personal safety company Noonlight, formerly SafeTrek, has a connected safety platform that integrates with several health companies like Apple Health, Amazon Alexa and Biostrap. “Noonlight speaks not only to the future of safety, but also to the future of health,” said Sameer Sontakey, CEO of wearable company Biostrap, in a statement. “Biostrap is working to detect various health events, like a stroke or an asthma attack, and partnering with Noonlight brings connected health to life. We are thrilled to build a future where we can automatically help people when medical danger arises, whether that’s on the treadmill or out on a trail.” Noonlight streamlines real-time emergency communication, allowing dispatchers to detect and respond to emergencies more quickly and effectively, said Zach Winkler, CEO of Noonlight, in a statement. “In our increasingly connected world, we saw an opportunity to expand Noonlight’s emergency response capabilities through integrations with the apps, services and devices people use every day,” he said. In addition to third-party integrations, Noonlight is also opening its proprietary application programming interface to developers to encourage the creation of emergency service-based applications and products.
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