“Amber Alert GPS” Gives Parents Peace of Mind

August 26, 2009 at 2:56 pm Leave a comment

Law Enforcement News Center recently posted a great review of a new GPS device that gives parents the ability to breath easy and stay informed of their children’s locations. The new gadget is the Amber Alert GPS 2G. The unit is the smallest and most-powerful tracking unit on the market and can easily fit into a pocket, backpack, car, or attach to a belt or wristband.

Along with the unit, parents can purchase various services. Services include text and email alerts when a device wanders outside of customizable safe zones, speed alerts, temperature alerts, an alert to let parents know when the device has arrived at a location, as well as “breadcrumbing” alerts that record the device location every five minutes and display the locations on a map. As well, the device comes equipped with an “SOS” button that, when pressed and held, sends an emergency alert to parents or loved ones.

You can read more about each feature here. Or visit the Amber Alert GPS website.

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