ESC 2013: I evade Filip allows to rake to the children through a clock that can make calls
I evade Filip is a small company that presented in ESC VivoPlay , a device of tracking designed for children, who allow the parents to maintain the contact with them. Equipment can be in the form of paper clip (to put in the clothes or a backpack) or as a clock, and in addition to counting on a GPS to determine the location of the infant, can also in emergency make telephone calls when pressing a button.
The parents can in emergency form five numbers in the device, and the boy simply presses to call. Equipment is resistant to the flexible water and, and counts on WiFi, GSM and GPS. It is particularly useful for children who are too small to walk with a telephone, and according to he indicated the company, is also thought to reduce the risks that imply to give a smartphone to a boy.
The device also allows to create security perimeters, and will send an alert to a cellular one determined when the person who has the clock leaves the area.
The company tries to sell the clock along with a service of monthly payment, that would include the costs of the service of GPS and the network of telephony. There are no details nevertheless of when it could leave on sale, the price, nor possible operators who would work with this.
We left them with a video where a little more can be seen the device and the application for smartphones that works with this one.
Source: FayerWayer. http://ow.ly/gHUCY
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