BeeSafe is a start-up from Barcelona that was born out of the growing need to offer better security solutions for people in their homes. A new approach that shortens distances and makes communication and dialogue with the security forces immediate in situations of break-in or robbery.
The project begins with a service design phase in which we analyze the public and private products and services that currently exist to respond to the public in the face of increasing thefts and lack of security at home. Once the gaps of opportunity and the levers of differentiation were identified, we devised a new service with a double user in mind: the citizen and the local police force. Having identified the gaps of opportunity and the levers of differentiation, we devised a new service taking into account a double user: the citizen and the local police force.
A new approach that shortens distances and makes communication and dialogue with security forces immediate in the event of a break-in or robbery
During the digital product design process, we define the journeys of both user profiles and design a UX that allows us to solve all the security management problems present in existing products on the market. The result is a product that shortens distances and times between citizens, municipalities and security forces.
The user can add the household profiles they own and link as many members of the family unit as they want, in a quick and easy process. Using panic buttons, they can send notifications to the nearest security forces, as well as receive live notifications from the town hall or the police, or notification of incidents from their own relatives.
Placing the user at the center of the project
Thinking about user safety
Methodology based on short and intense challenges
Design of two interconnected applications
Analytical management of theft incidents