We are raising funds to complete the software to make this system go live.
Media for the Missing, a non-profit organization, has created a high-tech, innovative solution to keep missing and unidentified person's information continuously visible to the public..
Beginning with Phase 1: the Kiosk method. The database will live-stream missing and unidentified person’s flyer information within NamUs as well as providing other related organization’s site information.
A user will be able to tab-navigate to chosen locations, pausing information rotation for further viewing purposes.
There are two ways to view the Kiosk system: interactive and non-interactive.
The interactive element will offer a touch screen with navigation tabs to guide the user to a desired location as well as language translation.
Once viewing is done, the user can touch ‘resume’ and information will continue the rotating process.
The NamUs directory tab allows the viewer to a search a specific State or surrounding States. Once the location is chosen, all cases will display in that area, and the user may select an individual case for more details.
The non-interactive database will only rotate information.
Kiosks will be available at up to 9,000 locations Nationwide, including, but not limited to:
1. Airports, Train, Bus, and Sub Stations
2. Hotel and Motels
3. Truck Stops, Travel and Welcome Centers
4. Medical Facilities and Hospitals
5. Homeless Shelters
6. All levels of educations
8. Businesses that go into the homes
9. And other undisclosed locations
To learn more about this system, please visit: https://www.mediaforthemissing.org/missing-person-s-system/
Thank you for your support!
Stephanie Coplen, Founder
Media for the Missing