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Multifunctional GPS Tracker Device Designed for Children and the Elderly Launched by Sinosky

Sinosky Technology Co. Ltd., a security products manufacturer based in Shenzhen, China, recently launched a multifunctional GPS tracker device designed for children and the elderly. With a built-in SiRf Star IV chip to easily monitor people, it enables accurate positioning in smartphones and PCs, while the SOS button helps children and the elderly in emergency situations directly and avoids misdialing and random calls.

Different from traditional GPS trackers, the device combines the functions of GPS tracking emergency calling and alarm to meet every family security need using the worldwide GSM network.

Main features:

  • Real-time GPS tracking by smartphones and PCs
  • SOS Button for quick response in emergency
  • Two-way communication
  • Worldwide GSM network of 850/900/1800/1900MHz
  • Mini-sized and lightweight, easy to carry around
  • Li-battery for long-time standby
  • SiRf Star IV chip, faster processor on data between GSM and GPS
  • Tracking, playback and Geo-fence settings

Who needs a personal emergency communicator?

  • preschoolers
  • younger pupils
  • the elderly
  • people with poor eyesight
  • people with intellectual disabilities and Alzheimer's disease patients

The device is priced lower than mobile phones in the market, and the company, a professional OEM service provider of both hardware and software, is looking for good resellers in the overseas markets.

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