A solution for never lose your things again
The gadgets, more sophisticated every day and closely connected to Internet of things, intend to make our life easier.
One of these useful devices is the TrackR Bravo, a coin-sized device that, being attached to a key ring, a purse or any surface, promises to help us to never lose again our most beloved belongings, for instances, keys and smartphone.
It is not any imaginary proceeding of objects enlargement or reduction as Lewis Carrol related in “Alice in wonderland”, this process is simplest. For its right performance, it is essential to pair it up with the smartphone installing an app, which uses GPS, to store last locations of items. It is an option that delimits the object-owner position in relation to item current location.
When you lose an object, Bravo identifies its latest recorded geographic location by using the smartphone. If the item is not at the same place of Bravo, the Get Directions button activates the map app by default to find it. On the contrary, if it is near Bravo, six gray or green bars at the bottom of the TrackR indicate how far the item is. In case you can’t find the smartphone, press the button on your TrackR device to ring your missing phone, even on silent mode. The connection between the gadget and smartphone must be totally open, like an old marriage, with judgment and comprehension.
Another option is to activate 2-way separation alerts that notify you before you leave item behind. The alarm duration can be regulated up to ten seconds.
Another feature of TrackR Bravo is its crowd GPS which uses Bluetooth function when an item is lost allowing connection with unpaired devices. In this way, if another TrackR Bravo that has crowd GPS on is within the range of other user smartphone, this later will be able to upload the location to TrackR servers and then any lost item can be tracked.
As a revolutionary gadget, it can turn on alerts in case the smartphone and TrackR become separated. It is a professional tracker using a device with a very small, discrete and autonomous locator. As TrackR doesn’t have a GPS, the battery only lasts one year and can be easily changed. It can be attached to a purse, keys, bicycle, pet collar...but it is considered by providers unsuitable for children or dependent person control.
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