GPS watch for elderly

GPS Alarm And Tracking Watch

Watching Out For You.

The GPS Watch can be used to connect and track your loved ones via our 24/7 emergency response centre. The perimeter alarm (Geofence) can be used to alert us and carers that an individual has wandered outside of a pre-set location.  This is ideal for anyone with Dementia & Alzheimer’s.  Once activated it sends an alert and location to our monitoring centre, where we are ready to assist in any emergency. Alerts and locations can also be sent to family & carers via SMS text giving the location via Google maps.  The Watch also has call-in functionality


Technical Specifications

● Dual Core Processor: Cortex A7, Clock Speed 1GHz.

● Micro Sim Slot card included GSM Quad Band 850/900/1800/1900.

● LCD Screen 240×240 Battery Li-ion (600mAh) GSM/2G/3G LTE.

● Up to 2 day battery life. Magnetic charger  Included.

● Navigation: GPS, accelerometer, digital compass

● SIM, European roaming SIM card for all networks.

Missing Dennis Whyard.

Our Chief Operating Officer presenting Dennis Whyard with his Alarm & GPS tracking watch.  Dennis was located after he left his care home without notifying his carers.  Our GPS Watch, tracking software and our dedicated monitoring staff located him quickly and he was recovered safe……. For more information on how we can keep your loved ones safe contact us today.

Photo courtesy of KM group

Missing Dennis Whyard found safe and well. (KM Write UP)

A missing 89-year-old has been found safe and well. A search had been underway for Dennis Whyard who was last spotted on CCTV on Friday evening walking up Buckland Hill from the direction of Maidstone Barracks railway station. Officers appealed to people living nearby to scour the area.

More than 180 people were involved in the search along with specialist dogs and drones. Police confirmed he was found in woodland near Allington. The pensioner was discovered in a “very frail” condition and he was immediately given first aid. Stewart Baird from Kent Search and Rescue said: “We would like to thank all the members of public who have shared the appeal and who have actively looked for Mr Whyard.

“We would also like to thank our partners London Search and Rescue, Suffolk Search and Rescue, Sussex Search and Rescue, Surrey Search and Rescue, South East 4×4 and NSARDA Kent for all their support with this case.” Chief Inspector Mark Hedges added: “I am really pleased that this vulnerable man has been found safe and well following a distressing ordeal for both him and his family. “I would commend the exhaustive efforts of my officers, crews from Kent Fire and Rescue Service and, in particular, the Kent Search and Rescue volunteers who were invaluable. “It is incredible that 184 people gave up over 3,000 hours of their own time to help. “I am also mindful of local businesses, shops and residents who assisted with the examination of CCTV, checked their own outbuildings, sheds and gardens and shared the appeal on-line.”

sMr Whyard’s son posted a picture on Facebook of his father recovering in hospital and revealed he had been found in the woods of a school. Mick Whyard said: “We are overwhelmed at the commitment given by the search teams and the whole family would love to express our heartfelt gratitude to all concerned.”