New venture uses mobile phone cells for tracking equipment and pets
Two University of Bath students have won a national competition after founding a company which aims to reduce the cost of keeping track of possessions.
First year students Baran Ceylan and Matt Manders created the RECollar Pet ID Tag, which aims to look after wandering pets. The £4.99 unit allows owners to help ensure the safety of nomadic pets by storing crucial information, such as personal details or even illnesses and ailments but are now looking at a system using cell towers to keep track as well.
- Bath scientists find ‘switch’ that could help design new vaccines and treatments for auto-immune diseases (swinnovation.co.uk)
- Easily locate cell phone using mobile phone spy software (mygreatreviewsite.wordpress.com)