Device tracks kids with autism
After three years in development, Montreal-based company iLOC technologies is releasing its newest product – a personal GPS tracker – at the end of August.
The wristwatch-sized device was designed specifically for individuals with autism spectrum disorder and Alzheimer’s disease.
The TRILOC personal locator includes a GPS tracker, Bluetooth voice technology, personalized alerts, the ability to detect falls, an SOS button and more. It can be programmed to send alerts to a computer or smart phone. It’s waterproof with a tamper-proof strap and up to two days of battery life.
For more information, visit www.iloctech.com