BELLEVILLE — Safety Track of Michigan has just released its newest product, a GPS-based personal tracking unit.
The S-911 Lola personal GPS tracking unit is easy to use and compact enough to place with children going to school, elderly parents — even pets.
Target markets include families of autistic children, people with cognitive disorders, or those wishing to track a vehicle or other asset.
At 2.1 inches by 1.5 inches by 0.6 inches, Safety Track says it’s the smallest GPS tracker available, and can easily be tucked in a backpack or even on a belt loop.
Realtime locations are tracked with a powerful Web-based system that can be viewed from any computer or capable mobile device.
The device’s geofencing capabilities send out alerts when the device goes outside a user-set area.
Safety Track operations director Jeff Stoker said an updated version of the S-911 Lola will be introduced within 60 days that will add the ability to remind users when they have to take their medication.
Safety Track is a woman-owned business that was established in 2002 to help businesses maintain control of fleet vehicles through the use of GPS tracking technology and in vehicle car cameras.