Users who purchase and register their SafetyAnchor, login from here to monitor safety of their loved ones remotely. Also security staff at organizations such as cities and universities who register with Safety Labs remotely manage security after login.
"I've fallen... and I can't get up!"This once oft quoted, iconic line was delivered in 1987 by "Mrs. Fletcher", a fictional elderly woman, in a television commercial for a medical alarm company, LifeCall. Read More
Find your lost car keys, smartphone and abducted child. Yes, you read that correctly: There’s now a device that can locate your missing child (or wandering elderly grandmother). And the device that can do this is TINY.
Imagine a device that can be used as a keychain and not only locate missing people, but your dog that’s run off. Sanjay Chadha did, and the result is SafetyLink, which uses wireless technology combined with smartphones and cloud sourcing to provide community protection.read more..
Child safety will always be a top priority for any mom and dad.
But try as you may to keep an eye on your children at all times, their keen curiosity and quick little legs means they may wander out of sight for just a moment and make every parent’s worst nightmare come true.
Now, an Ottawa entrepreneur has designed an innovative device, small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, to act as full-time eyes and ears to help ensure your children are safe – and give you peace of mind.
SafetyLINK is a new coin-sized device that harnesses the power of wireless Internet, smartphones and crowd sourcing to protect members of the community in a dangerous situation, particularly children.
Parents of young children and adult children with elderly parents struggle with providing their loved ones the independence they need, while also living with an undercurrent of fear that a moment’s preoccupation will result in their dependent finding themselves permanently out of reach.
Parents of young children, children with Autism (ASD), and adults who care for elderly parents with Dementia share a common fear: that their dependants will wander off into precarious or downright life-threatening situations. Parents and adult children struggle with providing their young children or elderly parents with the independence they need, while also living with an undercurrent of fear that a moment’s preoccupation will result in their dependant finding themselves permanently out of reach.
The Medical Alert system was first introduced in the 70s, way before the birth of the Internet as we know it today. During its beginnings, Medical Alert systems used telephone lines to connect care receivers to emergency assistance.
Those in the marketing, advertising and PR businesses are spending an inordinate amount of time worrying about how to market to the rapidly growing millennial market. The fact that this younger population responds less to advertising than any previous generation has marketers scurrying for alternative solutions. But while devoting energy to capturing millennial spending money, those marketers may be forgetting about what is still an even bigger market -- baby boomers and senior citizens.
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