What could be sadder than reading about a lost child in the newspaper or seeing the story of a child gone missing on the news? Fortunately, for us as parents there is a way to avoid this type of tragedy through GPS tracking for children. The technology we offer can make it so that we need not worry about our children being lost as much as we used to in the past.
In the extreme scenario that your child is kidnapped the perpetrator would likely discard the child’s cell phone immediately to avoid being tracked, however with a small GPS device attached to your child you will still be able to locate them quickly and easily. Both you and the authorities will know exactly where your child is and this will increase the chances that your child is found quickly and remains unharmed.
Gps Connect offers many different products with form factors that satisfy various usage scenarios. We give the flexibility to a parent or a caregiver to determine the best application for the wearer.
In addition to their main location tracking functionality these devices can be used as cellphones in cases where children are too young and not responsible enough to have a typical phone or smartphone such as an iPhone, Blackberry or Android.
The monthly cost to safeguard your child is pennies per day to know exactly where your child is... ANYWHERE! And when they are not where they are supposed to be just dial their device and you will connect with them immediately. For all of our products, the geo-fence or pre-set perimeter feature sends email notifications should the person you are tracking wander beyond the pre-set geographic boundary. This works for your new teenage driver as well.
It is a small investment when compared to the peace of mind it provides. As a society, we tend to invest in securing things that don’t matter like our cars and houses. Knowing our children are home and safe everyday is priceless and gives no better peace of mind.
This article is written in partnership with LifePROTEKT - a GPS tracking technology advocate for missing children and communities of people affected by autism, Alzheimer’s or other intellectual or physical disabilities.