We live in a technology-driven world where the need to track everything is important. Be it the kids, pets, phone, car keys, wallet, weight loss, marcos, even steps when walking. The revolutionary science behind these systems has made it possible to keep try of valuable items that many did not know they could. Think about a few years back when car keys were made and had remotes attached to them.
Now, some of these are known technologies that are used every day, and some are not as well known. For starters, GPS tracking. How did that person get from point A to point B with the device in their hand, watch, or car? Simple, GPS tracking. This has a been a widely-used tracking system for years now. Always in a reinvention cycle because of the satellite tracking that we have orbiting in space. We get instantaneous results after putting in an address. Can’t find a restaurant nearby, GPS it. Now how does this help with valuable items?
Bluetooth is another incredible design for tracking. Bluetooth has become a popular use for tracking. It’s not just for connecting items together such as those wireless headphones to the laptop. Bluetooth low energy is amazing because the low energy that is being consumed allows for the battery life of our devices to last up to a year without needing a recharge.
Microchips are more so implants that can be placed in valuable items. Of course, one does not want to think that they have a chip in them and are being tracked by someone, but there are times when you need to do just that. You have a beloved pet who likes to roam away from the house at times, or an elderly family member who has dementia and wonders off. The same implant can be placed in items such as pets or people.
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Tracking valuables makes sense. Tracking technology can be used for Security, safety, or for items that fuel our income. Tracking places a peace of mind when they need to accurately locate the camera bag or laptop carrier if it went missing and has a high price tag on it. We all have a need to track something, may not be the same as another, but it can spare the depression and go for broke if such valuable items were to go missing.
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