Lost Item Location System

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Doro Memoryplus 335 Locator

The Doro MemoryPlus 335 Locator is a lost item location system designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision or with cognitive or memory disabilities. When an item is connected to a wireless sensor and misplaced, pressing the corresponding sensor button on the remote transmitter causes the sensor emit a repeating beep to aid in locating the item. The system has a range of 90 feet and includes the remote, two key ring sensors, a key ring clip-on sensor, and a credit-card-sized

Jlr Gear Key Finder

The JLR Gear Key Finder is a lost item finder designed for use by individuals with vision or memory disabilities. The device consists of a transmitter with an oval-shaped standing base, two round color-coded key fobs, and two metal rings for attaching to a key ring (not included). When the key fobs or items attached to the receivers are misplaced, pressing the corresponding button on the transmitter causes the receiver to beep, enabling the user to locate the item. POWER: The base uses two tripl

Ovo Object Locator

The OVO Object Locator is a lost item location system designed for use by individuals with vision or memory disabilities. This system include three receivers and one transmitter pager. Each receiver has a red, blue or green marking, and the pager has three buttons that are colored red, blue and green. When a button is pushed, the receiver with the corresponding color makes a high-pitched beeping sound to signal the user where the receive is located. Each receiver can be attached to an easily mis

Smartfind

SmartFind is a lost item location system designed for use by individuals with vision or memory disabilities. The device consists of a transmitter with a stand base and two key fobs and two receivers. When the key fobs or items attached to the receivers are misplaced, pressing the corresponding button on the transmitter causes a loud alarm to sound, enabling the user to locate the item. Signals from the transmitter pass through floors and walls for a distance of 60 feet. POWER: The base uses two

ViaOpta

ViaOpta is an app designed for blind or low vision people, and people with learning and cognitive disabilities. The app is intended to increase independent lifestyle by helping the user locate the nearest store, cafe, or preferred location. ViaOpta Nav is a first turn-by-turn navigation app available for a wearable device. It provides voice guidance, and produces vibrations that help locate settings, which alert the user to upcoming intersections and landmarks. The users can ask for their exact

Parent Category: Memory Aids
 
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