South Korean company LG has unveiled a wearable device that helps parents to keep a track of their children.
LG’s KizOn is worn by children but is really meant for parents, letting them know where their kids are at all times with GPS, Wi-Fi, and a direct call button, CNET reported.
KizOn gives a new way for parents and their children to communicate via a ‘One Step Direct Call’ button, and if a parent calls their child and there’s no answer, KizOn will automatically connect the call and let the parents listen to what’s going on with a built-in microphone on the device, report said.
The device sports a water-resistant wristband which comes in bright colors and accessories for kids. It was designed primarily for the small wrists of pre-school and primary school children.
The software in the device lets parents track their children with GPS and Wi-Fi and get notifications regarding their kid’s whereabouts throughout the day on a smartphone or tablet, the report added.