Crash Detection

Ensure your customers get help when they need it most

With integrations that personalize the experience for customers, apps can contact and dispatch emergency help, alert loved ones, start the process of generating an insurance claim, and more.

Crash Detection from Arity enables mobile apps to detect accidents in real time. Our advanced technology takes signals from a user’s phone and other devices and uses a set of proprietary algorithms to determine whether an accident has occurred.


Get help quickly

Automatically alert emergency services after a collision

Alert friends and family

Instantly notify loved ones and key contacts when a crash occurs

Support customers

Connect with your customers post-collision with helpful content

Streamline the claims process

For auto insurance apps, automatically start the claims process for a rapid customer experience


Average monthly emergency vehicles dispatched in response to crashes detected by Arity in 2022

Data visualization representing 2,900 emergency vehicles dispatched

Customer testimonials

Case study

Life360 and Crash Detection by Arity

Find out how we helped Life360 improve driving program precision and protect their customers

Crash Detection by Arity substantially increased Life360’s program accuracy and enabled learnings to continually expand detection capabilities.
Read our Life360 case study

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