SirenGPS is working on a smartphone app that could help save lives, but they need help to make it happen.
The St. Louis Business Journal reports the startup is turning to crowd funding site Indiegogo to raise $150,000. The SirenGPS app would allow anyone calling 911 from their cell phone to share location information with first responders. Donors have 22 more days to help the company reach their goal.
There are several rewards for donors at different amounts.