Bracelet uses GPS to track residents

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Bracelet uses GPS to track residents
Bracelet uses GPS to track residents
Adiant Solutions has announced the availability of its Laipac S-911 bracelet. This tracking device uses Global Positioning System technology to monitor wandering-prone residents. The bracelet features geo-fencing, which allows providers to set a geographically defined area the resident can freely move within. If the wearer walks beyond these borders, the caregiver receives an immediate text, an e-mail and a phone call with the location of the bracelet. Caregivers also can speak to the wearer directly through the device.
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