What makes the Guardian Pro a wearable GPS tracker?
The Guardian Pro is a wearable GPS tracker as it easily and effectively attaches to items of clothing, bags and general material via the small magnetic pins.
It’s incredibly easy to attach your wearable GPS tracker to clothing. All you do is place your tracking device in to its fabric pouch and push the pins through the clothing and fabric pouch flap. You then affix the magnetic dome over the other side of the pin (similar to clothing security tags that you have in shops), ensuring the personal tracking device is always with the individual when needed.
The Guardian Pro is the smallest personal tracking device available, so barely be noticed by the wearer.
All of the above equipment is included, and your tracking device is ready to use out the box.
How do I attach the wearable GPS tracker to clothing?
Really easily. You simply place the small GPS personal tracking device inside the provided fabric pouch. You then push the magnetic pin through the fabric of the pouch and the clothing that it is being attached to. Click the small plastic dome in to the other side of the pin to lock it in position. Use 2 sets of pins and plastic domes to affix at the top and bottom of the pouch, so that the tracking device does not move or swing whilst attached.
Your wearable personal tracking device will now stay in position and cannot be removed until you are ready to take it off again.
When you need to remove your wearable tracker, you simply touch your magnetic detacher against the magnetic dome and it will release the pin.
Is the Guardian Pro a real-time GPS personal tracker?
Yes it is! Not only is the Guardian Pro a real-time GPS personal tracker but it is capable of reporting at the rapid pace of 5 second updates. This is essential in an emergency situation when you absolutely need the most up to date position to help locate a dementia patient who may have become disorientated.
Does the Guardian Pro dementia tracker have an SOS button?
Yes it does! Your dementia tracker has an SOS button on the top of the unit. It is easy to press for the wearer, even when affixed to clothing. They just need to press it down to 5 seconds and an instant SOS message is sent to you and everyone else that has the app on their phone. There is no limit as to how many people can receive the SOS alert, which optimises the chance of a quick response in an emergency.
Is the Guardian Pro the smallest personal tracking device available?
The Guardian Pro is the smallest personal tracking device that offers real-time tracking, up to 4 days battery life and is wearable by the individual.
More important than anything else is providing a dementia tracking device that has the best chance of actually being with your vulnerable relative when they need it.
The Guardian Pro is therefore as small as it can possibly be whilst still providing all of these vital safety features and aspects.
Even the magnetic pins and attachments are extremely small, ensuring that the individual will barely notice that they are wearing it.
Doe this Dementia tracker have zone alerts?
Yes it does. You can set as many safety zones as you feel you need. The most common zone will be set around the home of the vulnerable individual. However you can use the zones for any type of location that you need to monitor, whether its a building, a woodland or an entire city!
As soon as the tracking device enters and/or leaves any zone, you will receive an instant alert straight to your phone.
This is one of the most important features as, if someone has an accident, becomes disorientated, or begins to wander, you may not even know that they have left their home for several hours.
Just receiving the ‘enter' and ‘leave’ alerts allows you to keep tabs of a vulnerable persons movements. It allows them the freedom to carry through their daily activities without interruptions or having to call someone when returning home. It sounds like a small change, but it’s one of the most important aspects of allowing the individual a sense of privacy and independence, by not having to constantly check in with someone whenever they return home.
Does the Guardian Pro have to be attached to clothing in order to work?
No. You can choose to carry your Guardian Pro dementia tracker however best suits you. Whether this is pinned in to clothing, bags, luggage or garments, carried loose in a pocket or handbag, on a lanyard around the neck, or even used as a keyring tracker. The most important aspect is ensuring the individual actually has their personal tracking device with them in an emergency.
Why do I need a PAYG subscription for my Dementia Tracker?
Your GPS Dementia Tracker uses multiple satellite networks (GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO) so that it can triangulate the most accurate and reliable real-time location at any moment.
Your personal GPS tracker then needs to send the real-time location updates to your phone and/or computer mapping panel. It does this over the mobile network. Vitally, your tracking device contains a multi-roaming data SIM. This means that your personal tracking device can instantly switch to the strongest network provider in any area- maximising the chance of always having coverage in an emergency situation.
You also benefit from a state of the art Google Maps based tracking portal and app - which means you have the most detailed and accurate mapping system available.
You’ll be pleased to also know that PAYG (Pay As You Go) tracking plans are the most cost effective and no-fuss way to monitor your personal tracking device, with no contracts or minimum term commitments. Just top up with what you need, when you need it!
Is the Guardian Pro also a keyring GPS tracker?
Many people are requesting a GPS keyring tracker.
There is no perfect solution for everyone, which is why we have developed a dementia GPS tracker that is versatile for multiple purposes and scenarios.
The Guardian Pro is not specifically a GPS keyring tracker, however there is a loop attachment in the corner of the tracker that you can attach to a keyring or lanyard.
This gives you additional options as to how the user carries their personal GPS tracking device.