Hive One Id™ is your single link to all your assets, devices, services and data. Hive One Id™ is the ultimate secure One Identification for banking and loyalty, keyless society, electronic number plates and many more.
Having your movements tracked, identified and recorded means less privacy and could even violate Fourth Amendment rights, but using technology to track people needn't always be boiled down to creepy, sci-fi movie fare. In fact, Hive One Id’s human identification and tracking technology could be beneficial to the way you live your life, travel, interact with and consume products and even care for your family.
Some of the use cases can be beyond the ones listed below:
One Id™ targets parents who want to identify and keep track of their kids in public places or when they aren't together. Kid tracking technology usually relies on a bracelet or other device which is worn on the child's body and transmits a signal back to the parent's positioning device. Tracking is beneficial in public places and could help a child be more easily located when lost or when abducted, which is why it's such an attractive prospect to parents.
When human tracking is discussed, it often conjures the image of microchips and invaded privacy. But Hive One Id’s tracking and identification methods aren't as extreme as you might imagine and help to improve your everyday life. For instance, a Beverage Company releases a new drink machine that offers more choices, it then sends information back to headquarters concerning the types of drinks people buy most often. This helps them provide new products based on existing consumer demand.
You may have come across or heard of new mediums used to predict a crime before it occurs. For instance, tracking where a person was when a crime was committed could help police make quicker arrests and reduce false accusations. Hive One Id’s single identification technology could make it easier for law enforcement to classify repeat offenders and keep the general public safer. While technology is not quite at a level where tracking is feasible for public safety, steps toward that have been put into practice using phone tapping, video recording and other low-tech methods.
You might not realize it, but if you own a GPS or a smartphone with GPS capabilities, you're already participating in a non-invasive form of human tracking. A GPS uses a satellite to discern your position, then offers suggestions for personal navigation. When lost or trying to find a location, a GPS is an invaluable way to track your movements to ensure you arrive at the destination quickly.