Helping Keep Children Safe
Sadly, in the last 20 years law enforcement statistics show that the number of missing persons has significantly increased approximately 500% in only the last 20 years, and almost 80% of those missing persons were juveniles. All parents want to protect their children and keep them safe, and child tracking systems help assist parents in securing life's most precious assets. GPS tracking and monitoring systems designed specifically for child tracking will provide parents the assurance that their child's location can be accessed at anytime day or night.
- Easily Find A Wandering Child.
- Always Know Where Your Child Is At.
- Validate Your Pre-Teen Is Where They Say They Are.
- Place The Tracking System Into A Baby Stroller And Watch Where The Nanny Is Taking The Baby.
Never put yourself in a position where you have to sit at home in a panic wondering where your child is at when a GPS child tracking system could provide the verification that your child is safe. Engineered and designed to be compact and portable, GPS child tracking systems have clips for easy attachment so a child can either clip the GPS system unto their belt, or simply put the unit in their backpack, pants, or jacket pocket. The GPS child trackers make no noise, weigh less than a deck of cards, and are approximately the size of a cellular phone, making carrying the GPS systems convenient and easy.
Tracking system data is easily accessible for parents who only need to have a computer with Internet capabilities to view the live streaming data of everywhere their child has been and where their exact location is in real-time!
What GPS Tracker Is The Solution?
When talking about a child GPS tracking system the only solution is a live, real-time system, and the most reliable and precise real-time tracking device is the Victoria tracking system. The Victoria tracking system will record the position of a child every time they move 20 feet, or every 10 seconds if they are inside a vehicle that is moving over 10 miles per hour. The Victoria tracking system even has the ability for parents to set virtual boundaries so they can receive an email or text message alert when a child arrives or leaves from school, home, or a friend's house.
Feel the security and peace-of-mind knowing you will always be able to monitor your child regardless if you are at home or work.
Don't Risk Having Your Child Become A Statistic.
GPS Tracking System Technology Can Protect And Secure Your Loved Ones!
Last Updated ( Friday, 18 February 2011 21:30 )
Improving Child Safety With GPS Tracking Devices
GPS tracking systems are now playing a much larger role in the personal safety category, offering a way to conduct elderly tracking, teen driving monitoring and GPS tracking children. Although many people are now some what educated on the benefits that monitoring young teenage drivers and elderly drivers can provide, the application of tracking children is still a relatively new concept. This is because GPS monitoring systems in the past were large, bulky devices that often required the operator of the system to hard-wire the device to a vehicle, but now many live tracking systems such as the SilverCloud are designed for portability and with a compact housing. Although many parents buy into the marketing that cell phone tracking for kids is the way to go to monitor a child, the best way to view the movements of a child to ensure personal safety is through the use of a portable live tracking unit.
On September 11th, 2001, the entire world changed and many personal freedoms had to be sacrificed in the name of security. The Patriot Act gave the government powers to spy on civilians, airport security required travelers to remove shoes and sometimes more evasive search methods and all cell phones were required to be engineered with GPS chips that could locate any individual within 100 meters. With the new cell phone tracking GPS chips inserted into every cellular phone manufactured, many parents began to view the new technology as an opportunity to enhance child safety. This is because many intelligent parents believed GPS tracking via cellular phones would allow them and local police to always know where a child was at in case an emergency ever happened. However, the one problem that parents soon encountered was the shortcomings involved with cell phone tracking.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 15 February 2011 22:28 )
Finding a person who does not believe child safety is of the utmost importance is a very difficult thing, but the one thing many people disagree on is the method in which we monitor and protect our children from kidnappers, molesters and all of the other scum bags who prey on kids. For years, there have been rumors floating around about potential GPS micro chips that could be woven into a child's clothing or implanted slightly beneath the skin that would provide parents a way to monitor every location there child goes with relative ease. Although the truth about GPS microchip technology is nowhere near as sophisticated as it appears in Hollywood films, portable GPS tracking systems are proving to be an effective and reliable solution to enhancing child safety.
GPS tracking children can be one of the simplest and most efficient ways to boost the safety of any child, however, if you are a parent who honestly believes that a microchip can be implanted in your kid that will tell you everywhere he or she is at then you are very mistaken. It is true that GPS microchips are getting smaller and more advanced on almost a daily basis, but that does not mean the technology is anywhere near the level it is often depicted on science fiction motion pictures. The main reason why it would be extremely problematic for a microchip GPS to be implanted into the skin or woven into the clothing while transmitting location-based data is the unit would not have a sufficient power supply. Meaning, there would be no way to "hard-wire" a GPS micro chip to a human body for permanent installation like a car, and no portable battery would be small enough to handle the receiving/transmission of data for more than maybe an hour at the very most.
Last Updated ( Monday, 19 April 2010 21:38 )
Personal GPS Trackers Could Help Missing Children
Technology Assists Parents
Children and adults go missing every day in every state in the US. In 2007 a grand total of 814,957 people were registered as missing. It is projected that in 2010 that number will rise to over 1,000,000. Approximately 50% of missing persons cases in the US are juveniles (that is, children under 18). 65% are under the age of 20. Yearly, about 10% of these cases go unsolved. Yes, ten percent of babies, children, teens, and adults never return home. These startling statistics lead us to the question: what can be done about this massive problem?
Strides have recently been taken to promote the use of GPS tracking to locate missing persons. Using cell phones and other hidden portable devices, GPS tracking systems can be easily implemented by searching law officials. As long as the device is on or carried by the missing person, such live tracking enables trackers to pinpoint the precise location of an individual. The provided coordinates make detection and retrieval surprisingly simple.
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 January 2010 19:30 )
Tracking System Lets Parents Watch Kids 24/7
Victoria Tracking System Provides Real-Time Monitoring Of Kids
Imagine if there was a way you could monitor your kids 24/7. A way to make sure they arrived at school on time, were playing at a friend's house or that they were simply safe. Parents can relax a little easier when they are equipped with the latest product from Tracking System Direct, a GPS tracking device created to monitor children called the Victoria tracking system.
The Victoria tracking system combines cellular and GPS tracking technology to create one of the most powerful personal GPS tracking systems ever designed. The GPS tracker, that is smaller than may cellular phones, can be placed in a child's backpack, pocket or attached to the belt. The Victoria tracking system will then report the location of the child every 10 seconds, giving parents consistent and continuous information on their child's whereabouts.
Not only will the Victoria tracking system provide parents an easy way to monitor the location of their child, but the tracking system also has a GEO fence security feature that will send a parent a text message or email if their child enters or exits a pre-set area. For example, if a mother and son were playing at a park she could set a GEO fence around the entire perimeter of the park. If the child ever left the designated boundaries (the park) she would immediately be notified.
Last Updated ( Monday, 04 January 2010 20:13 )
GPS Tracking May Be As Normal As Books And Pencils
What A School May Look Like In 50 Years
Every part of our society is modernizing and advancing for the common good of efficiency and safety. Streets are becoming smarter, cities are becoming faster and the world is more connected now than ever before. Surveillance cameras now monitor almost every retail shopping center inside and out, red-light cameras capture activity at high-risk intersections and GPS tracking technology is assisting businesses, law enforcement and everyday consumers everywhere. With so much surveillance and monitoring technology surrounding us with the goal to improve safety and efficiency it only makes sense that the devices will eventually help schools improve their own security needs as we move into the future. With the future right around the corner, many people are asking what a might typical school be and look like in the next 50 years in regards to security?
Most schools today already have some form of video surveillance operating on campus grounds to either provide school administrators with accurate and concrete information that may not be accessible through eye-witness testimony, or to deter crime. Studies show that when people see surveillance cameras they are less likely to commit a crime, making surveillance systems highly advantageous for schools. This already present form of surveillance monitoring technology in schools is only the tip of the iceberg as we can expect security measures to only grow in the future.
So we know that this type of technology already exists in schools, but how much technology will infiltrate our schools in the future?
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