Twiceme Technology team up with students at KTH to better understand why the twICEme community is growing and why it will continue to do so at a fast pace. The benefit of a strong community is that it will lead to even safer adventures and workplaces for us and our loved ones.
Technology is pushing the boundaries of what can be done. But it is also making life simpler and simpler for every day that goes by.
The end of a challenging year is worth celebrating – and so is twICEme’s second year anniversary. However, the last year was difficult for many for several different reasons. What happened in 2020 and how can we use those learnings in 2021?
Our mission is to develop the twICEme concept into a global standard and our vision is to create safer adventures and working environments for people exposed to a greater risk of accidents.
Jule is a German student living in the beautiful city of Munich. She always loved skiing since she was a little girl, so it wasn’t a big surprise that she moved to a town for studying that is close to the mountains.
Each year, Robert arranges an adventuring trip to the mountains whereas the participants sign up without knowing the location.
When other couples enjoy the calmness in their spare time, the adventuring couple Frej and Vera love to push their boundaries together on their mountain bikes.
Aiming to build a global standard of vital info, twICEme Technology made a few bets on what the future will be like.
We have always believed that the accessibility of vital information can create a large value in emergency situations. Now, our beliefs have been confirmed by professionals with multiple years of experience in the field.
The technology behind the twICEme solution, Near Field Communication (NFC), has been around for quite some time. However, it isn’t until now that it has gained momentum as a widespread and household technology.
The vision for twICEme has, from the start, been to take the technology way beyond the military and help people in every aspect of their lives.