Nanotron Technologies Develops Innovative Solutions for Child Loss Protection

Leading developer of loss protection solutions addresses the need of young families to protect their children while in public places

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Nanotron Technologies, leading developer and supplier of Loss Protection Solutions, announces innovative Child Loss Protection Solutions. With its focus Nanotron reacts to the growing demand for loss protection solutions for child safety worldwide. Over the past two years Nanotron has been liaising with leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and developers to develop a range of applications for child loss protection that can be used in different areas.

Dr. Jens N. Albers, CEO of Nanotron, says: "As a specialist in the field of loss protection, it is a consequent move to focus on the child loss protection market. We see a growing demand for these applications on a global scale. Together with our partners, we are best positioned to meet today's requirements of leading consumer brands for Child Loss Protection solutions."

Nanotron's Child Loss Protection Solutions (CLOPS) are designed to prevent children from getting lost in public places - such as theme parks, shopping malls, playgrounds, hotel premises, train stations, airports and other crowed or secluded places. CLOPS enables parents to keep track of their child in such places; the solutions are easy to use and suitable for indoor and outdoor environments. CLOPS can be offered as an additional service by theme park operators, hotels etc."
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