GPS for People

Why You've Come To Our Site

  • You know someone that has the potential to become lost and could end up hurting themselves or worse.
  • Knowing this about someone you care for brings a lot of worry into your life and you need a way to reduce this stress factor.
  • You care deeply enough about this person to research the available solutions.
  • You know that the standard Medical Alert solutions are OK but they still present so many challenges that they are unlikely to be the best solution for you.
  • You need someone to guide you through the process to make sure this actually the right solution for your loved one.
  • You're struggling to get your head around the hundreds of devices on the market or maybe you've purchased one on Ali Express and can't get it to work.

What You Should Know

As new technologies and ways of transmitting information develop, Improvements to GPS wearable devices are being made all of the time. Some things will continue to be a challenge and are driven by the need to build a device that the user will want to wear. The main determining factors are size and appearance. If the device is too big or too ugly there can be resistance to wearing the device. You will agree this will become problematic!

All GPS units require a GSM network to relay information back to the management program. A GSM network is a mobile network and includes 3G, 4G, 5G, and more recently the IoT network which is run across the 4G network. Connecting, sending, and receiving data, finding the GPS Satellite network all take power to achieve. We have small devices with between 400 and 650 mAh battery supplying the power for these connections and many other functions.

On standby or rest the batteries can power the devices for a few days, and many 4G GPS Med Alert Watchsuppliers will make a big deal of this point, but in actual practical and in real life terms the device will need to be active whenever the risk is present. So at least 16 hours a day in most cases and sometimes more.

Charging of these devises needs to be managed on a daily basis. A typical day with a watch that supports a medium risk, needs to be on the job and will use 70% of the battery life. The up side is it will only take roughly 30 to 40 mins to fully charge.

From our history of working with clients we find this is very manageable. When habits are formed as part of the daily routine we see the devices charged and ready to go when the need presents.

Routine and habits are your friends.

What Our Support Looks Like

Once we have established which device will help support your need, Guardian Support Services will do the following:

  • We will get details from you to build device data structure.
  • Setup the user account on the tracking platform.
  • Connect the device with one of our sims.
  • Bond the device to your account.
  • We will test the device over a period of a couple of days to make sure it is functioning as expected.
  • Send the Primary Guardian an email with, links, logins and passwords to access the App.
  • Send the device to the Primary Guardian or someone nominated to introduce the watch to the client (user) if you are local we can do this in person however remote support is given when clients are not based in Hamilton.
  • The first Month is your FREE TRIAL period. this makes sure you, the client and the device are working to meet the need.
  • Guardian Support Services will stay connected with the device in the background making sure everything is acting as it should.
  • We are available to help whenever you need help. that's what we do, that's what we love doing.

Give John (JB) a call on 0274 894 380

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