(PRWEB) September 20, 2013
Guardian = wearable device + app
Guardian = safest guarding network
According to the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children, every year approximately 8 million children go missing, which means that every minute, an average of 15.2 children go missing.
Guardian, created by Beluvv, the same team, who ranked first in business category of App Store with ideaWallets for weeks in row in 2010, aiming to deliver love to everyone. Guardian is the first launch of BeLuvv, building a trustable safety network for children, of course, as long as they are wearing the device. Every app installer is essentially a guardian angel. With the helps of Guardian App, parents, family, and every app user on the Guardian network combines a powerfully expansive and secure crowd-sourced platform to search and pinpoint lost children.
1. Safety Alert
Parents can set the size of a safety perimeter. When their children go near the limits of this perimeter, a notification is sent immediately to the parents’ smartphones.
2. Family Co-guarding
Parents can invite their family, friends and neighbors to install Guardian app, allowing trusted ones to help create a watertight safety network. By checking their smartphones, parents can immediately find out whom their children are with.
3. Emergency Search
Once a child goes missing, an emergency search can be launched immediately. When the child in question passes by a person using Guardian app, the cloud system immediately sends the location to the parents. The app also marks down locations at which no signal was received, allowing parents to pinpoint their children’s whereabouts more quickly.
4. Global Guardian Network
Everyone can become a member of the Global Guardian Network by installing the Guardian app. The more people who join up, the more expansive and accurate the system becomes.
Guardian features three components: a core and a buckle and a bracelet, all of which are IPV5-grade waterproof and can be worn on virtually any part of the body. In contrast to most small-sized wearables, which are designed to be disposable, Guardian incorporates eco-friendly concepts, featuring a replaceable battery and Bluetooth Low Energy(BLE) technology, allowing continuous use for at least 4 months up to 1 year. The Guardian buckle and braclet are easily portable and designed to remain constantly online, minimizing power concerns.
Preorders for the Guardian set, including core, buckle and braclet, can be placed through its official website. Retail price is set at US$29.95, while the preorder price is set at US$24.95. Promotional prices for both small and large families are also on offer. The presale campaign start from now and will last until Nov. 29, 2013. Official shipping is slated to begin on Nov. 30, 2013.
Viv Lu, Public Relations