Keruve 2010 GPS tracking system for Alzheimer patients

GPS is useful for keeping track of your kids or trying to discover just who your spouse is seeing behind your back, but here’s another novel idea – the Kreuve 2010 GPS tracking system is able to track down those suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, where a base station will help you locate the patient’s position while the wrist watch that bears a design which you won’t be ashamed of to wear outdoors will beep out the wearer’s location. The device will rely on a quartet of different tracking systems to know just where a patient is, where you can see a top-down view on its 4.2″ display alongside street names with large letters. No idea on how much this will cost, but usually medical devices don’t come cheap.

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