Andrew Frame has been growing up in a digital age, which has taught him to be an entrepreneur, an engineer and a storyteller. He’s also a citizen of two cities (Los Angeles and New York) that share a common bond: they’re both on the edge of technology’s new frontier.
He moved to Las Vegas in 2010 with the idea that he could build a company from scratch. Now, he spends most of his time in both Los Angeles and New York where Citizen is headquartered.
What is citizen app?
The Citizen App is an emergency alert system that works with the US government. Why did you create it? Andrew: Many people are just starting to learn how to create their first app and I thought it would be a great tool for those looking to build new products that will actually make a difference to society. What problem does it solve? Citizen is designed to function as an alert system in times of a natural or man-made crisis.
The fundamental problem is that you can’t keep citizens safe without their help. The concept behind Citizen is that you would only send emergency messages to those who have opted-in to receive them. Essentially it is a way to communicate with citizens in times of crisis.
Andrew Frame Future Plans
Like the airlines, Andrew Frame wants to establish an airport lounge for Citizen in every major city on earth. The plan is to make use of advanced biometrics, wireless internet connectivity and remote storage of data. Initially, the airport lounges would be mobile and moved in and out of cities to meet demand. Once the service was up and running, revenues would come from annual subscription fees, allowing flights and hotels to book on the same Citizen app.
A seat on a plane or hotel room would come with a complimentary coffee mug, but the customer would be charged a small fee per cup of coffee or tea. A similar fee would be charged for Wi-Fi access and for accessing the app’s global network. The app could be used in hotels and airports around the world, providing secure internet access.
Andrew hopes to create a world where everyone has the opportunity to participate in democracy and have their voice be heard. Andrew Frame has been described as a serial entrepreneur and expert software programmer by Forbes magazine and he founded his first company at the age of 15.Follow this page on Instagram, for additional information.
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