Amber Alert GPS, a GPS technology and services provider, has announced that the company has completed the acquisition of AmberAlert.com.
Amber Alert GPS has entered a contract with AT&T for wireless connectivity for its Amber Alert GPS V3, an advanced technology that allows parents to track their children. The Chief Executive Officer of Amber Alert GPS, Carol Colombo explained that by unifying the capabilities of AmberAlert.com and Amber Alert GPS, the company has been able to provide a solution that fulfills the needs of parents and law enforcement agencies. Currently, 10 states across USA use the AmberAlert.com system for the distribution of Amber alert notifications. Colombo also added that the company will provide free service to other participating states who wish to access the service.
Committed to child security and safety, the goal of AmberAlert.com, as explained by former CEO of AmberAlert.com, Harlan Lyons, was to refine the LEAP technology to include My Child ID and share it with a company dedicated to saving the lives of children. LEAP stands for Law Enforcement Alerting Portal.
The Founder of Amber Alert GPS, Russell Thornton stated that one of the tiniest child GPS devices has been developed by the company and has been recognized for its online monitoring portal. Thornton explained that by adding the benefits of intellectual property assets, better security can be offered to guarantee the safety of children.