(Lojack Safetynet includes bracelets that can be semi-permanently attached to a person in danger, and handheld tracking devices.   Credit:  John McDevitt)

Company Offers Free Trial on People-Trackers In Philadelphia

The 1,500 free Lojack Safetynet bracelets will available for a half a year with no financial obligation to Philadelphians who have cognitive conditions like Alzheimer’s disease, autism, or Down syndrome.


A tracking device inside the SafetyNet bracelet can be used to track a person's location. (Credit: LoJack)

Vehicle Tracking Technology Used To Find Missing Alzheimer’s Patient

LoJack is best known for helping motorists locate stolen cars but in recent years it has branched out into the field of missing persons.



West Philadelphia Man Uses Technology To Track Missing Relative

Caring for a loved one who wanders off can be both emotionally and physically taxing. For one local man whose wife suffers from Alzheimer’s, turning to technology for added protection paid off.