GTX Corp, which makes GPS tracking devices that can be used in everything from phones to shoes, is making waves with an innovative, new product, called SmartSoles.
SmartSoles has been mentioned recently in articles in SlashGear and in U.S.A. Today. GTX is targeting the elderly, young children, and potential kidnapping victims traveling to unstable countries with its GPS SmartSole, a waterproof insole that hides wireless tracking technology under your heel, SlashGear wrote.
The product is the latest from GTX, which sells miniaturized GPS cellular devices that enable its customers to track people, pets, vehicles and high value assets in real-time.
The patented Smart insoles fit easily into most shoes and let users monitor the whereabouts of loved ones who may have a tendency to wander or at risk of becoming disoriented and lost, GTX says. Their location can be tracked through any smartphone, tablet or web browser, set up text and e-mail alerts if they leave or enter defined areas on a map.
GTX and Aeris work collaboratively to provide service to GTX end users and business customers. Using the Aeris network:
Aeris provides connectivity not only via its own network, but also from many different operators to ensure that GTX customers always have a strong cellular signal no matter how remote their location.
The Aeris management portal, called AerPort, gives GTX the ability to immediately identify the source of trouble be it device or network and remedy it immediately from remote locations. Aeris is in fact the only M2M solution provider that uses innovative crowd-sourcing to show the real-time performance of devices in any given geographical area.
Aeris easy-to-integrate APIs allow GTXs devices to work right out of the box. The customer can just turn on the device and it will work immediately.
Aeris unique pricing plan gives GTX a competitive pricing option for its customers and a cost advantage over its competitors.
Many of our solutions, and especially the SmartSoles, address peoples lives and wellness, so we are taking all the necessary steps to ensure the highest standard of quality, Patrick Bertagna, CEO of GTX Corp. said in a recent statement.
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