Invention Support Announces a Great New Invention for Pet Owners Known as the "Lost Pet Finder"

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Invention Support has signed a strategic alliance with Dr. Greene, the inventor of the new device known as the "Lost Pet Finder", to offer support for this great new invention and to proudly introduce it into the general market.

Invention Support has signed a strategic alliance with Dr. Greene, the inventor of the new device known as the "Lost Pet Finder", to offer support for this great new invention and to proudly introduce it into the general market.

The basic idea behind the Lost Pet Finder is to help pet owner to locate their missing pet. The device incorporates a radio transmitting device that sends a signal to the pet's collar and sets off a loud signal that the owner can hear. The device is constructed of plastic and electronic hardware and is both shocks proof and waterproof.

Continual media focuses on emotionally charged events are what often drive new products into the marketplace. In many cases, vertical applications will sometimes be thrust into the consumer sector by a tragic occurrence or series of tragedies. Examples of the former are legion; automotive airbags, weather alert radios, and several types of personal and residential security products are all examples of events driving the birth of new products. This year's tragic rash of child abductions underscores the need for personal Geo-location services. Dr. Greene's report of animal injuries at or near his veterinary facility is another great example of this phenomenon.

A new industry of sorts has sprung up to help people find their lost items. The companies that promise to find and return lost objects use pretty basic technology and rely in large part on human kindness. But a more high-tech solution is now on the way. In terms of specific market demand, there is a definite value to being able to locate a pet inside the home. Pet owners sometimes need to locate their pets in the house before they leave for the day. Sometimes the owners just want to know where their pets are and frequently a pet will go hide when they are ill. When the pet is finally located, the illness may have already had ample time to advance. In addition, many trainers use sound as a way of re-enforcing behavior patterns and this can be of interest to many pet owners who may look for alternative uses for this device. The Lost Pet Finder can alleviate many problems and is certainly a useful device.

The time is very good to invest in location-based services. The infrastructure is there and the markets ready. The remaining obstacles are identified and workable. The key is to package LBS functionality specifically for their individual target market, construct the compelling individual business case, and tightly focus the "niche" marketing efforts. The impetus to improve the cost and technology of location devices will definitely expand the markets in both the US and other countries like India. Because of this, a device such as the Lost Pet Finder could certainly enjoy a large degree of success in this modern market.

In order that the needs of pet owners can be better served, marketing professionals are now reaching out to consumers who often frequent the many pet stores throughout the United States. There is a definite demand in these stores for a better product to suit the needs of consumers. It is likely that the "Lost Pet Finder" will soon become a more popular item for pet owners around the world. For further information on this great new invention, contact "Jake Way" by email and ask about the great new invention known as the "Lost Pet Finder".

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