http://blog.applysci.com/?p=4828
AngelSense is a tracking and voice monitoring wearable designed for children with special needs.  Parents can:
Receive an automatically generated real-time schedule
Listen to a child’s activities
Receive notifications of every location change
Locate a lost child with a 10 second live location update
Automatically download photos of the day’s locations
Continuous monitoring and real time alerts are enabled by cloud-based analytics and a web app.  Subscribers receive a visual diary of the child’s day, and an interface where parents and caregivers can share information and photos .
The company’s website highlights a case study where a parent and child review photos of the child’s day:  “Every evening Josh and I watch the places he visited. By using the pictures, Josh can finally share his day with me! He understands I keep him safe and feels more confident knowing I’m with him at all times.”
AngelSense customer service is staffed  with parents of special needs kids who are  expert users of product.
While AngelSense is geared toward children, ApplySci believes that it could be also be  used as a safety solution for dementia sufferers and their caregivers.
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