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FreightWatch Security Net Launches Solution for Tracking and Rescuing Persons at Risk of Wandering
Date:1/27/2010

FreightWatch Security Net Answers Growing Need to Help Safeguard Those with Cognitive Disorders such as Alzheimer's and Autism

Austin, Texas (PRWEB) January 27, 2010 -- FreightWatch Security Net (FSN), a leading provider of embedded and portable surveillance tracking solutions, today announced the launch of a tracking solution which answers a critical market need for solutions that track and recover persons at risk of wandering, including young children and people with Alzheimer's, autism, Down syndrome and dementia. With FSN's GPS-enabled tracking device, Geo F1, customers can monitor the location and movement of people both accurately and reliably from any online PC using FSNtracks, a web-based covert tracking platform that allows for 24/7/365 visibility into the location of people and assets.

Over 59 percent of persons with Alzheimer's disease or other forms of dementia wander away from their homes, and 45 percent of those cases end tragically in death if the person is not located within 24 hours. Tragically, children and adults with autism are prone to drowning as a result of their attraction to water sources such as pools, ponds, and lakes. Wandering can also lead to high risk field contacts with law enforcement or members of the general public. As they age, persons with Down syndrome are at significantly higher risk for developing dementia of the Alzheimer's type.

Caregivers of young children and of those who suffer from cognitive disorders are busy enough trying to feed, clothe, bathe, and entertain their loved one or patient. FSN's solution saves caregivers from worrying about these individuals wandering off and getting lost with a proactive, protective measure that also expands the freedom and independence of those at risk of wandering.

Using GPS and cellular technologies with online mapping, FSN's tracking solution allows any responsible party to proac
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