Product Concept Description
Leslie David Ralph plans and develop a system for monitoring the location of persons, such as children (particularly those with autism) or the elderly, in both indoor and outdoor environments. The system is intended to provide warning when the person is in a designated &acirc;€œno-go-zone&acirc;€ or when the person is outside of a designated &acirc;€œsafe area&acirc;€. The system is also required to provide information that can be used to locate a person.
2.2.1 System Block Diagram
126.96.36.199 The proposed PLS system is designed of the following the following components:
a. Locator: a small rechargeable device worn by the person that is used to detect the proximity and location of the person. This device transmits location and proximity data over the internet via 3G.
b. Sentinel: a mains powered device used to detect the location or proximity of a Locator worn by the person. Typically several Sentinels will be used within an indoor environment.
c. Charger: a mains powered device that is used to charge the Locator using non-contact inductive charging.
d. Guard: this device is a ruggedised variant of the Sentinel used in outdoor environments. This device may be mains or solar powered. It is used to detect the proximity of a Locator worn by a person.
e. Hub (info only): this device relays proximity and location data over the internet using 3G, Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity. This device is not an essential part of the PLS system but using it is expected to extend Locator battery life, increase the frequency of proximity/location data and reduce mobile data usage costs.
A full detail concept and product development document has been completed right down to fully itemised stages. The Electronic Design companies asre far to expensive here in Sydney Australia.
The project is not for public offering and a NDA Trade secret document musdt be signed prior to me releasing for design document.
Pricing is negotiable but it m usdt be finished within -5-6 months and all IP belongs to me