PITTSBURGH, Nov. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- "I watched in disbelief as parents were pulling their children using physical leashes," said an inventor from Roswell, Ga. "This inspired me to develop this device that could provide parents with confidence and peace of mind with regard to the safety of their children."
He developed the ILEASH to offer parents a proximity wander alert. This invention would aid in the timely location of a missing child and could incorporate GPS location and 911 operator communication features. Additionally, the device could not be removed from the child without the parent.
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