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 GeoSKeeper Personal Tracker Helps Keep Eye on Elderly, Children, and People That Wander Off

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Date posted: 14/02/2010

Aerotel Medical Systems of Holon, Israel has partnered with EcoTec of Tampere, Finland to bring the GeoSkeeper personal tracker and communication system to Finnish consumers. The watch-like device has GPS and mobile phone functionality to allow users to send their coordinates if they are calling for help. The device can be programmed remotely, allowing family members or caretakers to set phone numbers into memory and predefine a geographic area, the breach of which will trigger an alarm call. The technology in the device should work just about anywhere there is any kind of cell phone signal due to the quad band mobile chip inside.

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