GPS tracking device for Elderly - Emergency cell phone for seniors EC7000
No monthly fee, no contract.
Monitored only by your friends and family.
1. Is GPS always available?
GPS is a common technology. It uses the satellite to provide GPS location. Hence, the GPS signal will determine if the data can be accurately being transmitted. Weather condition, power lines and buildings etc. can affect the GPS signal.
2. Can we get the GPS in indoor environment?
For any location especially indoor, which does not have the GPS signal (or weak signal), location can only be obtained via cell ID technology or Wi-Fi hub. This is an approximation and accuracy is lower. Our current product EC7000 does not included this cell ID nor Wi-Fi.
3. How long it takes to get the GPS location?
It depends on the GPS signal. If the device is continuous under tracking, it is much faster - we call this "hot start". When the device getting the GPS location first time, it takes longer time as it needs to scan all the GPS satellite signal. Some smart phone can speed up the scanning process by so called "AGPS" technology. This is in fact using the pre-determined satellite data instead of 100% scanning.
4. How secure is the man down or fall detection?
In today's technology, there is still no foolproof man down detection system. Human's motion is a complicated process. Our fall detection system is an additional help to end user.
5. When SOS is cancelled?
When SOS alarm is being activated, it will continue until the SOS panic button is being turned off.
6. Can end user cahnge the SOS parameters setting?
SOS setting has password control. Hence, it is unlikely for end user to enter the SOS setting menu and change the setting.
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