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What is GPS Enabled Walking Stick?

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GPS enabled walking stick is latest GPS technology that helps us in the field of remote sensors and tracking. The features that enabled in this GPS walking stick like guiding the cane user with directions through showing arrows in the built in display.

In our simulated blazing post modern reality the penetration of technology in daily life is just synonymous to breathing oxygen and GPS enabled walking stick is just one of the recent scientific discoveries in that line. In the new world that is buzzing with devices and applications everyone and everything is tracked and that is the prime concern behind the technological evolution of our age. In our gushing speed of living up to our ambitions we nevertheless can be out of contact from our loved ones or just cannot afford not to find our people at home right in time, especially if they are old enough or having physical problems in movement or other psycho physical functions. In simple words to put you remain always in concern of the elder people's little outings and except using a call in their mobile you just do not know how to know their whereabouts or get in touch with them at the time when you are most concerned, especially in times when they become unusually late to return. Keeping this typical sensitive requirement in mind GPS enabled walking stick is made. Let us see now various aspects of this innovation like technicalities involved, how it functions, features and finally end user benefits.

Technical specifications and features of GPS enabled walking stick

GPS enabled walking stick is one of the simplest yet most user friendly maneuvers of latest GPS technology, particularly in the field of remote sensors and tracking. The stick itself provides good supports to the person holding it and looks otherwise same as any shinny walking stick except the grip which is endowed displays and sensors. The smooth grip let you balance your body posture as good as any walking stick. This magic stick is enabled with the capability of guiding the cane user with directions through showing arrows in the built in display. In challenging circumstances it can even send an alert back home or mail the caregivers. Most importantly as the walking stick is connected online and let the caregivers connect to the elderly person or the patient or see their movements it would reduce the health risks of an unknown or unobserved fall and corresponding risk factors. Most important of GPS enabled walking stick has health monitoring sensor as well making it convenient for the caregivers to see the heart rate of the patient or the person walking with the stick.

Benefits GPS enabled walking stick

Undoubtedly the simple idea of being always under the scanner of observation seems disturbing to many people. But when you are old enough to make your steps with utmost care or are diseased to run the risk of a heart attack, being under observation always becomes beneficial and so is GPS enabled walking stick. For busy young people who remain concerned about the elderly people's movements back at home or for caregivers in health care facility this came as a great benevolence. You can see how far the person with the stick is going, measure the risks involved, get alarmed of any danger, get alarmed of the heart rate and contact the person as soon as you feel it to be necessary. No wonder it has already started to become popular in healthcare and old age homes.

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Posted on: June 7, 2013

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