Category Archives: Tracking Children

Finally a Device to Track Anything Like a Magpie Does

I’ve known Derek Handley and his family for a long time, since a young group of entrepreneurs won the NZ Wireless Data Forum’s mobile app competition (I was President at the time, helped conceive and judge  it) many many years … Continue reading

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Parents use GPS tracking devices on their children – Stuff.co.nz

Hundreds of Kiwi parents are placing GPS tracking devices on their children for “peace of mind” while apart. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.stuff.co.nz Great to see these are now available in New Zealand, I looked very closely at setting up … Continue reading

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Parents respond to GPS tracking on LISD buses – Hillcountrynews

At the start of this school year, technicians installed GPS systems in LISD buses to give parents real-time data on the location of their child’s bus. Small antennas were installed throughout the district’s fleet. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.hillcountrynews.com Knowing … Continue reading

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