LifeAssist, a mobile phone tracking application and available from Track and Locate , supports Symbian S60 mobile devices (for example, the Nokia N95).
Life Assist mobile phone tracking application is a new breed of mobile phone based technology that enables the mobile phone device and the Internet determine the welfare of a person.
For the ageing population that is mobile and often single, a solution like Life Assist when used by aged care monitoring companies and agencies in community services give a pro-active welfare and security system to their clients.
Complete with GPS tracking, motion tracking, elementary signs-of-life check, biofeedback, remote camera activation, battery monitoring, and a voice-based interface, the Life Assist mobile phone tracking application is easy to use and has the following features:
- Location management
- Battery management
- ‘State of motion’ management
- Zone management
- Remote camera control
- GPRS primary and SMS secondary communication channel
- Buzzer function
- Voice prompts
- Device heartbeats
- Dual backend support for fully redundant operation
- Excessive G-Force alert
Data from the user’s cell phone is processed on the cell phone before it is sent to the Track and Locate M2M platform. The Track and Locate M2M platform provides a web based interface for a monitoring company or any individual to control and manage all cell phones remotely and provides for data storage, reporting, exception monitoring, alert and notification and mapping for GPS data. Currently, a selected set of mobile phones from Nokia support the Life Assist technology.