Track­iex to help par­ents lo­cate chil­dren any­time, any­where

Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka) - - ICT -

Track­iex, a Sri Lankan start up, re­cently launched Track­iex Kids 2G, a GPS track­ing de­vice de­signed to pro­vide par­ents with the vi­tal added sense of com­fort re­gard­ing the se­cu­rity of their chil­dren.

Ev­ery par­ent dreams of cre­at­ing a safe haven for their child. How­ever, to­day’s de­mand­ing world does not pro­vide most par­ents the luxury of be­ing able to be around their chil­dren ev­ery minute of the day.

Ad­di­tion­ally, par­ents and chil­dren alike are busy run­ning from one lo­ca­tion or event to the next one and a con­stant thought that lurks at the back of ev­ery par­ent’s mind is the safety and se­cu­rity of their child.

As­sur­ing par­ents of be­ing en­cir­cled with an added peace of mind, Track­iex is de­signed to help par­ents stay close to their chil­dren wher­ever they go.

The de­vice is a small black tag that can be at­tached to a school bag or kept in­side a pocket, help­ing par­ents not only keep track of their chil­dren but also alert them dur­ing any emer­gency.

“A par­ent con­stantly wor­ries about his or her child. Be­ing a par­ent I have ex­pe­ri­enced this and can fully un­der­stand that worry very well. Ad­di­tion­ally, as some­one work­ing in the tech in­dus­try, I also worry about safety of de­vices and pos­si­ble se­cu­rity breaches af­fect­ing us. That is pre­cisely what got me started on Track­iex. I looked at it from the per­spec­tive of both a par­ent and a tech­nol­ogy spe­cial­ist and in­vented fea­tures re­quired for par­ents to track their kids with­out com­pro­mis­ing their own se­cu­rity,” stated Track­iex Founder Sritha­ran Nadeshku­mar.

Track­iex Kids 2G will help calm fears of ev­ery par­ent. Pro­duced through care­ful re­search, the de­vice’s in­no­va­tive fea­tures help par­ents track their child’s lo­ca­tion on a real-time ba­sis as well as view his­tory as far as two-months via a well-de­signed user friendly 100 per­cent free mo­bile app.

Par­ents can also track mul­ti­ple de­vices and set up ge­o­graph­i­cal bound­aries for spe­cific times of the day. This in­cludes set­ting up ge­o­graph­i­cal ar­eas such as a school and tu­ition class, which will alert par­ents when the child en­ters or ex­its the marked lo­ca­tion.

Track­iex app also has speed alerts es­pe­cially for chil­dren trav­el­ling in pri­vate school ser­vices. Chil­dren are se­cure as they can send SOS alerts by sim­ply push­ing a but­ton.

All th­ese fea­tures are eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble via a one-time pay­ment for the tracker with no monthly or us­age charges ap­pli­ca­ble. The tracker comes with a pre­loaded SIM with one-year data cov­er­age and a 12-month re­place­ment warranty.

Track­iex is cur­rently avail­able for or­der from the de­vice web­site https://track­iex.com/ and e-com­merce sites such as Takas.lk and Daraz, and re­puted show­rooms in­clud­ing mi­cro PC systems. Track­iex has also pledged to do­nate Rs.100 to SOS Chil­dren’s Vil­lage in Sri Lanka for ev­ery de­vice pur­chased.

Sritha­ran Nadeshku­mar

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