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Integrated Wearable Technology
The patented GPS enabled "Smart" insoles fit easily into most shoes and let you monitor the whereabouts of loved ones who may have a tendency to wander or at risk of becoming disoriented and lost. No need for them to remember to carry a separate tracking device, just slip on their shoes and go – like they normally would. Seamless and effortless.
You can track their location through any smartphone, tablet or web browser, set up text and e-mail alerts if they leave or enter defined areas on a map.
GPS SmartSoles provide peace of mind for family members and those caring for the millions of people suffering from memory impairment and wandering which can be caused by Alzheimer's, Dementia, Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury or other cognitive memory disability.
Award Winning GPS Tracking Device, Wearable Technology
The patented GPS SmartSole™ features a miniaturized GPS tracking device embedded in the insoles and powered by a rechargeable battery that lasts 2-3 days on a single charge. The GPS SmartSole sends a signal to the central monitoring website showing the wearer's exact location using a combination of satellite and cellular technology. After you activate and setup your tracking account with GTX Corp, you will be able to monitor the person wearing the GPS SmartSole™, right from your computer, tablet or smartphone.
SmartSole - keeping you connected to who matters most.
GTX has also been formally recognized and granted various awards and mentions by prestigious organizations:
2008 – Featured in a Google White Paper
2010 – Won the Peoples Choice Award for most innovative connected device.
2011 – Exhibited in 100 most important inventions of mankind - Technology Museum in Sweden
2012 – Listed in Entrepreneur Magazine -100 Brilliant Companies
2012 – ABI Research identifies - "GTX Corp paving the way into the next billion dollar market"
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