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December 21, 2012

Nine Tech Savvy Devices to Keep Your Children Safer While You are Traveling for Business

by AvenueWest Managed Corporate Housing

You can’t always be near your children but you would still like to have that peace of mind that they are okay. Here are 9 apps/devices that will make keeping your children safe a little bit easier:

  1. Life360 App

    Life360 App

     Life360 Family Locator: A free app designed for iPhone or Android that you install on your kids/family phones and on  your phone and then you can track where they are on a map.

  2. Vigilant Alarm

    Vigilant Alarm

     Vigilant PPS22BL 130dB Personal Alarm. Arm you kids with a mini, key-chain sized alarm to scare off an attacker or warn others that they are in danger. It emits a high-pitched, 130 decibel sound and can be purchased for $14.99.

  3. Mommy I'm Here Locator

    Mommy I’m Here Locator

     “Mommy I’m Here” Child Locator. This two piece set can be purchased for $24.95 and includes a teddy bear shaped device that goes around your child’s wrist or ankle and a key chain transmitter for the parents. Anytime your child gets separated from you, simply click the button on the key chain and the teddy bear will shriek allowing you to find them.

  4. Net Nanny

    Net Nanny

     Net Nanny 6.5. Use Net Nanny to control the types of websites and games your child is able to access. This will also allow you to monitor their social media activity for the low price of $28.99.

  5. KidSmart Vocal Smoke Alarm

    KidSmart Vocal Smoke Alarm

     KidSmart Vocal Smoke Detector. Prerecord your voice on this smoke detector with specific instructions to allow your children to make it to safety when there is a fire. When fire is detected, the machine will alert your kids to wake up and then will play your recorded instructions. This peace of mind detector can be purchased for $39.95.

  6. Prodigy Infant Car Seat with SmartScreen

    Prodigy Infant Car Seat with SmartScreen

     Prodigy Infant Car Seat with SmartScreen. This car seat will help alleviate worry on the parent’s end that the car seat wasn’t installed properly. The SmartScreen technology shows you when the car seat is properly installed into the car. This tech savvy car seat is only $100.

  7. BabySense V Infant Movement Monitor

    BabySense V Infant Movement Monitor

     HiSense BabySense V Infant Movement Monitor. This comes with two sensors that should be placed underneath the baby’s mattress and they will tell you if the baby has stopped moving for more than a few seconds so you can go make sure everything is okay. This smart device costs $129.

  8. Drop Cam HD Video Monitor System

    Drop Cam HD Video Monitor System

     Dropcam HD Video Monitor System. This gadget is perfect for the parent working night shift. The camera can be placed in front of your baby’s bed and then you can watch it from your smart phone. If you detect movement you can even speak to your child(ren) with the attached speaker. This system costs $149.

  9. Amber Alert GPS V3

    Amber Alert GPS V3

     Amber Alert GPS V3. This advanced software allows parents to set up geographic areas in which their child(ren) should be within and if ever they leave the time zone or designated area, an alert is sent to you. This device allows you to track them indoors, outdoors, and anywhere in the world for only $199.

Nothing is more important than knowing your kids are safe. These high-tech devices will help you keep a watchful “eye” on your kids even when you can’t be there with them.

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