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FedEX SenseAware keeps an eye on your package

Posted in GPS by Conner Flynn on November 26th, 2009

FedEX SenseAware keeps an eye on your packageYour package is important. You must always protect your package. It hurts when your package is abused and kicked, which can result in you falling to your knees sobbing… I’m talking about your package, not the family jewels. Get your mind out of the gutter.

Never worry about your package again, with FedEX’s SenseAware. It will give you much more useful info regarding your package, than the traditional tracking number does. The device uses an accelerometer, light sensor, cellular transmitter and a GPS receiver to gather and report data on how your package is being treated…Or mistreated. It even knows whether it was opened in the desired location. You can log on to the website and check out the info any time.

Implantable GPS tracking now available in the US

Posted in GPS by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2009

Implantable GPS tracking now available in the USThis could be an April Fools joke, but we know it’s coming anyway. A company named Voss & Mauser is claiming that they have a new GPS implant tracker that can be directly implanted into the skin and that it’s now available in the states.

Our tipster states “Many parents and governments across this planet have been demanding for a GPS Tracker device that can be embedded directly into the skin and cannot be removed or noticed by them. Follow the tracked person’s exact satellite location on any computer with Internet, no matter where they are in the world.” Yeah, I’m sure it’s a dream that many people share, while others cringe.

Solar ChumAlong personal solar tracking device

Posted in Solar Powered by Conner Flynn on February 9th, 2009

Solar ChumAlong personal solar tracking deviceCan’t seem to get enough sun for your gadgets? If only that great big fiery ball in the sky would stay still. It would make it so much easier for you to harness those rays. That ain’t gonna happen, but here’s the next best thing.

The Solar ChumAlong solar tracking system is a solar charging panel that automatically tracks the sun just like those expensive arrays you see in movies. But this one is portable and lightweight, so you can always have power. The solar panel is always facing the sun so you’ll always be able to juice up your gadgets.

Lok8u announces Nu•M8 GPS child locator watch

Posted in CES 2009 by Conner Flynn on January 6th, 2009

Lok8u announces Nu•M8 GPS child locator watchLok8u has made the trek from the UK all the way to Vegas so they could show off their Nu•M8 GPS child locator at CES. It’s the “innovative new best friend for parents and children.” Yippee. Try telling your kid that after he’s been beat up for wearing such a hefty nerd watch.

The device is touted as the first of its kind, created specifically to be worn by children with the technology “cleverly concealed within a child’s digital watch.” Um, okay. I think everyone who sees this watch knows that something is up. The watch will also send an alert if it’s ever “forcibly removed,”, thereby forcing your child to wear their $218 watch.

LEGO security bracelet for kids

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on October 30th, 2008

LEGO security bracelet for kidsThis concept security bracelet for kids comes from a project led by Rodrigo Torres. The idea is that if you combine a security bracelet with LEGO, kids will be more apt to wear it and be tracked for safety reasons. It’s got several features that will get your kid to keep it with him/her.

First off, they can design it the way they like with LEGO bricks. Throw in some games, photos, speaker and the a Lego man in front, and your kid is suckered into being tracked while having a fun device of their own. Heck, I want one myself. I don’t care if it’s tracking me. Sadly, it remains but a concept at the moment.

Tag & release your toddler with a tracking system

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on February 19th, 2008

Tag & release your toddler with tracking system
The In-Reach Child Tracking System will let you tag and release your rugrat into the yard. One part of the device is attached to your kid and tracks his or her proximity to a 10- to 300-foot boundary that the parent has determined. The other part of the device is carried by the parent. This shows where the child is at all times. The child unit has a panic button (Prepare to be summoned for every little thing thanks to this aspect.). It will cost you $44.95.

Despite the fact that it seems like the Panic button could be abused by the child, this gadget should give you some peace of mind. I imagine this would also be good for caretakers who care for mentally handicapped people or the elderly.