Sachin Kansal, Senior Director of Global Safety Products, UberUber will also be piloting audio recording in the Indian market in 2020.
When a trip ends, the user has the option to report a safety incident and submit the audio recording, it added.
In addition to the PIN, Uber announced it’s working on advanced technologies that will, in the future, use ultrasound waves to automatically transmit the safety PIN for verifying rides.
Today, we raise the bar again as we work towards introducing audio recording in India as a pilot this year and roll-out the RideCheck feature for long stop and midway drop-offs.
Uber also announced that it has a partnership with Manas Foundation, which conducts Gender Sensitisation Workshops for Uber driver partners.

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