Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Technology could speed up finding your lost pet

who do we have domestic animal And we enjoy their company and care, we know that the most troublesome situations are when for some reason they are lost or missing from home.

This is also attested by thousands of publications in social network Relating to the search for dogs and cats lost or found anywhere in and around the city.

name necklace And in many cases the contact details of the owners are not sufficient as there are many animals that do not allow any unknown person to approach them when they are lost.

omnipresent geolocation technology Provides solutions that allow us to act quickly from the moment we realize the pet’s absence.

Technology could speed up finding your lost pet

two good examples

One of the brands providing this type of solution is Qbit, It markets a small device to be placed on a pet’s collar and which combines two well-known systems for its placement: GPS and GPRS (mobile cell phone network).

This device a. need to be appointed mobile phone chip To run and recharge your battery roughly every four days.

With the mobile application it is possible to determine your location and at the same time maintain communication two way audio, either to talk to the pet finder or to calm the animal while its owner goes in search of it. It’s waterproof (with IPX5 certification) and retails for $14,475 in online stores.

Another interesting option in this area is offered by Samsung Galaxy SmartTag+, Small appliances designed to hang on key rings or pet collars. They operate with a small medallion-type battery that lasts over 160 days and is based on wireless proximity technology for the location of the animal (search nearby) to detect it when it is less than 120 meters away.

When the pet moves a greater distance, it uses the network that makes all the brand’s devices roam around the city anonymously. it is called Galaxy Find Network and allows to determine the approximate location. Then when the owner approaches the lost dog or cat, the Nearby system is activated to determine the exact location where it is from the application SmartThings,
Each SmartTag+ costs $6,399.

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