How does SafetyNet Tracking Systems compare with competitive products such as GPS or cellular based offerings?

  • The SafetyNet Tracking Systems system relies on Radio Frequency technology which is the most robust and effective technology for search and rescue. Radio Frequency signals can track people in hidden locations (such as a densely wooded area, subway, or building), whereas GPS / cellular products require line of sight with orbiting satellites in order to be operational.
  • Other products such as locks or even wander alert systems are helpful in securing or monitoring an area, but cannot help track and rescue someone that has left the perimeter.
  • Maintenance is minimal versus other products like GPS or cellular-based bracelets, which require that the battery be changed every few days.
  • SafetyNet Tracking Systems works on frequency band 216.0125-216.9875 MHz, which is allocated by the FCC for law enforcement tracking – meaning that our signal will experience no interference with digital TV.
  • The SafetyNet Tracking Systems Search and Rescue Receiver is water-resistant to withstand harsh weather conditions.
  • The SafetyNet Tracking Systems Bracelet is waterproof for protection 24/7.
  • SafetyNet Tracking Systems has consistent frequency coverage and functionality in markets throughout the United States and Canada, meaning you are covered when traveling between areas within the program.
  • SafetyNet Tracking Systems is directly integrated with law enforcement. Law enforcement and public safety personnel are equipped with Search and Rescue Receivers.
  • The comprehensive training process provided to law enforcement and other public safety agencies teaches search and rescue team members the psychology of people afflicted with Alzheimer’s and autism -specifically how to search for and approach them, what to do to gain their trust and how to communicate with them. This process is critical to achieving successful rescues.