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Staten Island Man Now Safe at Home Thanks to EmSeeQ® Locator Device
Date:2/28/2011

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The EmSeeQ emergency locator system by EmFinders provides an added layer of peace of mind and security, in addition to other measures often employed by caregivers to keep their loved ones safe and sound. Once activated, the device works by placing a call to 9-1-1, which provides its location to dispatchers who can then send assistance, as they do every day for thousands of wireless 911 calls per month.

The EmSeeQ cellular technology enables rescue personnel to locate the wearer quickly and accurately, and without the risk of interference from weather or structures common with GPS technology. With EmSeeQ to aid the rescue efforts, dispatchers can identify the whereabouts of the individual and deploy personnel to make the rescue in much less time, and at much less expense, than it would normally take to activate a search-and-rescue.

The wristwatch-style EmSeeQ device is discrete, yet secure, providing much-needed and affordable peace of mind to caregivers of seniors suffering from Alzheimer's disease or dementia, and even children with autism who are prone to running away. The EmSeeQ bracelet is available in two different styles: a watchband-type device with a traditional buckle, and a clasp-style that requires two hands to remove for added security.

For more information about the EmSeeQ device, visit www.emfinders.com.

About EmFinders

EmFinders, based in Frisco, TX, is a new technology company that has developed a device and subscription service for locating people with Alzheimer's or other impaired adults and children who wander and become lost. The wearable device and locator service uses advanced cellular technology to locate lost individuals, even if they wander inside a building, under a structure or just about anywhere. The device becomes activated on remote command and the locator service works in coordination with emergency responders. EmFinders is a privately
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