# Death Alert ... or Guardian Angel ... or Deathmeter

I decided to share the idea that I published in my LJ almost 2 years ago. But nobody reads my LJ, so we can assume that I am publishing for the first time.

What is it: A program for GPS navigators, other devices with GPS navigation, service.
Name: Death Alert ... or Guardian Angel ... or Deathmeter ...
Essence:
Based on data on the person’s current location, time of day, speed of movement, weather, the program should give a forecast of the probability of death in this place under given conditions. Because Since the input data is constantly changing, a graph can also be drawn for clarity. You can also add warnings about critical levels of danger, as well as notifying parents if the child has a critical level.

The most striking cases of application:
1. If you accelerate on the highway to 200 km / h, then let the program warn of a critical level of danger of death.
2. If you are brought to a hot spot, then of course the danger level will be higher.
3. Yes, and it's just fun to see how the probability of death depends on the time of day, especially when you go at night in the area of ​​Bitsevsky Forest Park

Implementation:
The program itself is very simple. All she needs is to get the coordinates, calculate the speed of movement, get the info about the weather, add the current time of day to this, make a request and display the result.
It is much more difficult to cover even a map of Moscow with data on deaths sorted by time of day, reasons, time of year, as well as information on the number of people in general in this territory. Make such a base - and everything will be elementary. Here, for example, the request:
Such and such a street, 3 a.m., speed 5 km / h, off-road movement, air temperature -30. We find out how many under these conditions died in the last year in general, in this area in particular, how many people can hang out in this area. We calculate the probability - and that’s it!

To whom is entertainment, and to whom life can be saved. Without interaction with state bodies, this will not work out - you need a lot of statistics that are not freely available. But government agencies may also be interested - the impact of the service on accident statistics is worth exploring.