LAS VEGAS, Jan. 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Today,TrackR, a leader in personal item management innovations, announced a new partnership with GeoZilla family safety assistant app to put precious belongings on the family radar.
TrackR is a cloud-based platform that offloads the task of having to remember where things are to a computer so consumers can focus on more important things. The platform connects to Bluetooth-enabled devices to ensure precise short-range locating, and leverages Crowd GPS technology to help locate items lost outside of Bluetooth range.
GeoZilla's family safety assistant app helps families to always know the location people they care, monitor devices and communicate securely. With this new integration, consumers can connect TrackR to GeoZilla, adding important family items - car keys, pets, remotes, backpacks, etc - to the family radar. Simply open the GeoZilla app and push the button on your TrackR to pair. Then the TrackR-ed item will appear on the GeoZilla map.
"With this partnership we want to help families relieve the stress of having to constantly think where their valuables are," said Igor Gonebnyy, CEO of GeoZilla. "You have all of them on the map, as well as your family. Left your wallet at home? Ping whomever is at home via GeoZilla to get it for you."
Once a TrackR is paired with the GeoZilla app, GeoZilla users will have all of the functionality of the TrackR app within GeoZilla; they can find items, make the TrackR ring, use Crowd GPS, and more without having to toggle back and forth between the two apps. GeoZilla will work with TrackR bravo, along with TrackR pixel and TrackR wallet 2.0, which were unveiled yesterday.
"The team at GeoZilla does family location extremely well, which is why we are so excited to partner with them," said Chris Herbert, CEO and Co-founder of TrackR. "No one is busier or has more stuff to keep track of than families; this integration will allow them to focus on more important things while we stay on top of where their important belongings are."
TrackR has shipped 4.5 million devices to date, while GeoZilla is offering its free family location platform to over half a million families worldwide. The full integration will roll out by Spring 2017.
TrackR was founded in 2009 to make lost items a thing of the past. The company's app software, cloud databases and wireless devices revolutionize how consumers keep track of their items and is creating a world where valuables are no longer lost. TrackR has shipped more than 4.5 million devices, has been ranked #1 as the fastest growing company by Pacific Coast Business Times and #155 by Inc. 500. TrackR is backed by The Foundry Group, Resolute Ventures, IncWell Capital, Amazon Alexa Fund and Orange Fab. With TrackR, your search is over. TrackR's suite of products is available at www.TheTrackR.com and retail outlets worldwide.
GeoZilla is offering the free family safety platform since January 2016 and has grown to over half a million families worldwide. GeoZilla gives people peace of mind by tracking the location of their family, using their phones third party trackers. The AI-based backend learns the family's patterns, such as the usual routes and timing to/from school, and raises an alarm when something is out of order. E.g., when a kid fails to reach school on time for one reason or another, parents get a notification. AI is there to learn what's ordinary for any given family, then raise alarm when things go out of ordinary.
GeoZilla is a small, enthusiastic team of entrepreneurs, engineers, and designers based out of Palo Alto, CA, with offices in Ukraine. The engineering team's core competencies are in the fields of mobile geolocation and backend technologies. GeoZilla is passionate about building the best AI-powered family location platform out there and offering it to every family around the world. Learn more at www.geozilla.com.
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