Covid-19 BlackBox 

Private, Secure

Back-Tracing Apps

Track.One's BlackBox Apps use geo-location to achieve voluntary, privacy protected back-tracing

BlackBox is like a flight recorder for your smartphone 

Until you give permission, only you and your phone know where you have been and when 

Get Going in 3 Easy Steps

No location data released yet




Set Safe Zones where the App won't remember (or share) any locations at all.

When, or if you choose to share with the community a randomized token represents your movements and symptoms.

As a further step to protect your identity, the community token is completely different from the one on your phone. 

Track, Trace & Test is the fastest and safest way to get back to productivity

Protect Yourself and Your Community

Use your common sense and the best advice to decide if you need to self quarantine


Know the Risk

Make your Choice

Feel ill? Anonymously share your data

sharing (data) is caring

Add Symptoms

Check Data


Several countries have used backtracing of a person's movements to great effect in slowing the spread of Covid-19. Unfortunately, this has come at a high cost to civil liberties, even in Democratic countries, like South Korea. Temporarily suspending patients' rights to medical privacy, and using police powers to track movements, check cell phone usage, analyze purchase history, and review CCTV footage. While this has been accepted by their citizens we believe that Blackbox can achieve similar results without infringement of hard-won civil liberties and at a far lower acquisition cost.

Blackbox records where you have been using your phone's geo-location in the same way that Google Maps and Waze do. With Blackbox  the data stays on your phone until you choose to share it. When or if you share it, you choose how much to share before the phone can disclose any of your historic location data.

Blackbox uses an informed consent approach to privacy. Our novel approach for when and how we make use of cryptographic tokens to represent your data means the risk to your privacy is low to no risk before you publish. When you publish you are sending your historic geo-location movement data for disbursement to the community (thank you), which, if combined with other data sources, like CCTV could help a dedicated, resourceful third-party identify you.  We see this post-publishing risk as slight.  For comparison, we rank searching for "I have covid-19" on your home computer where cookies and your ISP address can immediately map that to your personal identity a far higher risk to your private data.


Your phone should only capture your information.  

Nobody else's.

Once shared,

data belongs to everyone. 

No data leaves your phone without permission.

There can be no path back from shared data to your phone.

If you choose to share, you must be able to choose what to share.

Every life matters, make it count, accept help, get it done.

On March 9th we were asked by the US National Science Foundation to submit a Request For Proposal based on adapting our existing work . Since then we have had a team going through the technical and ethical problems of sharing your location to the community you love in order to save lives, while maintaining your anonymity. 

If you'd like to help your community and are prepared to self-declare and share, then we can notify you when the app is out of testing and available for use.

Track.One's SaaS solutions Track thousands of product lines for hundreds of Medical Device Manufacturers. Our Pharmaceutical Verification Service  is interoperable across the whole of US pharma Manufacturing:

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