GPS Chips Can Now Be Built In To Almost Anything!
GPS Chips have become so small and lightweight that they can be built into almost anything. For example, they can help safely and easily track your child’s location. If your child runs off, whether he was distracted by something, merely forgot to tell you they are going to a friend’s house, or just got lost in a crowd, with built-in GPS tracking chips you will know where your child is at all times, using your cell phone, laptop, or other portable devices to track him or her.
Built-in GPS chips are hooked into a system of satellites which allows accuracy to the meter in determining the position of whatever has a Chip. They can be used to track kids, pets, cattle, property, and even yourself. And best of all, you’ll forget its even there because it’s literally built-in!
If you enjoy hiking or long-distance running, the built-in GPS chip can track how far you went, exactly what you route was, and, most importantly, where you are if you get lost.
Other uses for built-in GPS chips are tracking your teenager to make sure he or she is safe and secure, and doing what he or she told you the plan was, with the people he or she said they’d be with.
GPS chips can be safely built in to a variety of personal items, including, but not limited to: bracelets, necklaces, anklets, watches, shoes, cell phones, belts, hats, and even stitched into clothing. Hospitals use GPS bracelets to ensure the security of newborn infants, and some schools use GPS anklets to make sure kids are not separated during field trips.
Some companies are using built-in GPS to ensure the safety of their employees who go into dangerous or hard to navigate areas. Also, employees that get paid by distance, such as plow drivers, truckers, and cab drivers can use it to get paid accurately. GPS can also help companies locate employees whose cell phones are not working in a bad coverage area.
GPS technology is taking off. It is possible that in the future GPS chips could be woven directly into clothing, built into the soles of shoes, or a regular part of the manufacture of skis and other sports equipment. For now you might have to do the work yourself of stitching or fastening the small chip onto whatever you desire.
AS GPS technology becomes more sophisticated, consider looking into built-in GPS chips for you, your family, and your business. You might be surprised by the amount of ways built-in GPS can and is being used to enhance safety and security, and improve financial performance and efficiency of business.