CES 2014: the wristband that tracks your child’s every move via GPS

The ability to track the location – and perhaps behaviour – of children – has become a reality thanks to a team from Manchester and what they claim is a “first of its kind” GPS tracker and mobile phone wristband.


Hidden in the depths of the auxiliary halls at the CES gadget show in Las Vegas is a small British company usually based in Manchester’s MediaCityUK, showing off a prototype its pioneering wearable safety device for children and the elderly.

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