University report help

Hi, I’m a uni student working on a business and marketing assessment and have come up with an idea to create a security based wristband for music events, would be great to discuss my idea further to see if it is a viable proposition.
I’m trying to find a way to integrate the GitLab motion sensor application to rfid’s or position sensors. The idea briefly is to use this to link (potentially via Bluetooth) to an app that security guards can access to see the exact location of someone in need of help so they can reach them quicker.
Potentally a switch can be flipped to send out an alert signal to this app however I’m struggling to work out the logistics of if this is actually doable. any input or ideas would be useful.
thanks, lacey :slight_smile:

Hi Lacey!

Thanks for posting. I’m not sure what Motion sensor app you’re referring to, do you have a link? Also, could you help me understand what kind of help you’re looking for? I’m not sure that I’m the one who can help, but I might be able to point you in the right direction though.


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Hi, apologies, here’s the link to the motion sensor i mention: RFID tag arrays can be used to track a person's movement | ZDNET the company mentions they use your software to make this a reality. I’m just trying to gain an idea on how I can use software to link this tag to an app so i can track the tags movement in a birds eye view, equally if rfid are able to emit some sort of distress signal

Thanks Lacey. After reading that article, it looks like it doesn’t mention GitLab at all. The article underneath it does have a quote from one of our Developer Evangelists, but we’re not a software company. We are a DevOps platform that other companies use to create software faster and more easily. I’m sorry for the confusion, but perhaps you could reach out to the researchers themselves to ask them about their findings.

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