Non-Removable Tracking Bracelet
Since the debut of the Senior GPS Bracelet, concerned families all across the globe have been contacting Tracking System Direct (TSD) to discuss the latest real-time monitoring solutions designed for senior care. In terms of vehicle monitoring, SilverCloud GPS has been the go-to automotive tracking solution for nearly two years. But as excellent as that tracker device performs in the context of vehicle monitoring, the size and battery life do not make it ideal for tracking the movements of a person. Since many families with special needs children and elderly loved ones demand a GPS solution capable of reporting real-time positional information, the Senior GPS Bracelet was added to the exclusive TSD product line. Although this personal tracking bracelet has helped many families better observe the movements of a wandering senior or disabled child, one of the complaints some families had about the device was that it did not feature a security lock and key. Understanding the needs of the consumer, Tracking System Direct has now introduced a personal monitoring bracelet that features a security lock and key with a digital tamper warning alert!
PERSONAL GPS TRACKER FOR SENIORS
Tamper Proof GPS Tracker
Many families in the world are dealt a challenging hand of cards they must play. Whether the diagnosis is Autism Spectrum Disorder or Dementia, anything that can make family security more attainable is always important. That is why so many consumers are now investing in personal location GPS monitoring devices. The only problem is that almost all of these personal location GPS monitoring tracking devices had no way to securely attach to the individual, or offer some form of tamper alerting.
“After numerous requests by our customers asking for a locking personal GPS location bracelet, we searched tirelessly to find an affordable, reliable, real-time solution that could meet our stringent standards”, a specialist for TSD explained. “With this new GPS personal location tracker, families will be able to securely fashion the security product to a senior or disabled person without worry the individual will remove the unit. If the person equipped with the personal tracker makes an attempt to cut the band or remove the system, an alert is sent to the person(s) monitoring the individual.”
The newest security lock GPS bracelet offers all of the same features as the Senior GPS Bracelet, but with an additional tamper warning alert and locking band. This band tightens securely and safely to the individual, only able to unlock with the assistance of a family member or caregiver with access to the key. Sadly, no piece of technological equipment can end the degenerative or cognitive disease. But at least the products engineered and designed by the best and brightest in the GPS industry has to offer can help alleviate some of the worry associated with a loved one wandering off or becoming lost.
Senior GPS Tracking Devices
The great thing about the non-removable tamper-proof GPS Tracking Bracelet is that it can give parents a way to monitor their children and families with the tools required to oversee the activity of elderly loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. The GPS bracelet, which is lightweight and worn on the wrist without any hassle, provides real-time tracking information that is accessible by any tablet, smartphone or computer hooked up online. That means parents or concerned family members can instantly locate the position of a child or senior if they are lost or wandering. In fact, tamperproof GPS bracelets are so high-tech that they can even send out an alert via email or to a person’s cellular phone if the person wearing the nonremovable GPS bracelet leaves or enters a pre-set area. This is easily done through what is called a geofence that can be programmed over the free web-based satellite image program. The benefits of personal tracking bracelets are very clear and evident, but there are still some things that consumers must know before investing in real-time tracker devices.
GPS Bracelets Require Cellular Coverage
The term A-GPS represents the Assisted Global Positing System and refers to the use of cellular communication to help transmit data captured via satellite technology. This is how pretty much all consumer-grade GPS monitoring devices operate. This is also how the GPS bracelet works as well. The most simple way to explain how the GPS bracelet works is that the bracelet pinpoints locational data through low-level radio frequencies sent from satellites in orbit around the Earth. Currently, there are over 30 Department of Defense satellites that help the GPS bracelet acquire locational and positional data. This information that is stored on the tracker bracelet is then transmitted via cellular towers to a server. Once the data reaches the server it is then accessible via the Tracking System Direct web-based mapping application for users to review. The data provides both historical and live positional data.
GPS Tracker That Can’t Be Removed
Tamperproof GPS bracelets RE designed with personal GPS tracking applications in mind and therefore were created in two different versions: a standard and a security version. The standard version is simply a real-time GPS tracker bracelet that can be easily taken off, but the security version comes with a locking mechanism that only a parent or caregiver can remove. The security version is the perfect solution for senior care facilities faced with the task of watching over seniors with severe dementia because the GPS bracelet will allow the caregivers to safely oversee activity while also giving the seniors more freedom. Therefore, it is a GPS tracker that can’t be removed!
Non-Removable GPS Tracking Device
Unlike the other GPS tracking systems on the company’s e-commerce website, the GPS bracelet requires very specific information and programming before being shipped out. For example, each GPS bracelet comes with a panic button feature that allows the person wearing the tracker device to call out for assistance if they are ever in need of help. Since the panic button number has to be programmed at Tracking System Direct, the user cannot change this number once they have selected it unless they want to send the device back in for a reprogram. Therefore, Tracking System Direct wants to make 100% certain that the panic button number is correct, and that the user understands the importance of this number.
The GPS bracelet is a wonderful tool for promoting safety through expanded observation for both applications of GPS tracking children and senior tracking. Tracking System Direct understands that technological products can sometimes seem overwhelming, and the company also understands that nothing is more important than the safety of loved ones. This is why anyone with questions about GPS tracking systems or the GPS bracelet can contact specialists who are available 7 days a week for more assistance.
Matthew is a freelance writer who is passionate about technology, music, photography, and decentralized finance.