For anyone that owns property and has a pet or other animals, having that pet escape or having threatening wildlife enter the property is a serious issue. While security cameras can tell you what happened retroactively and security lights can attempt to scare away predators in the night, there is no way to keep the property owner aware of what's going on in real-time—until now.
SafeGate is an app that operates on the Internet of Technology, receiving data from radio transmitters set along property or fence lines that detect not just when something crosses between or over the posts, but what that thing is. Users can tell the app what pet or animal lives inside which area and which animals are the most dangerous if they cross onto the property, and then users will receive immediate alerts when something happens that allows them to deal with the situation as it's happening to keep everyone and everything safe. If the user isn't home or needs help, they can call an emergency contact or the area's wildlife authorities with one touch. They can stay up-to-date with their neighbor's fence activity, as well as view a history of every alert that's occurred with details on exactly what happened and exactly where it happened.
SafeGate is, unfortunately, not in existence yet. For a demo of some of the app's features check out the InVision link below, and then the full presentation at the bottom for a more comprehensive view of why this technology is needed, how it works, and how the app functions.