Project Lifesaver International announced at their annual conference the addition of the Theora Connect wearable to their tracking technology solutions. For over 23 years, Project Lifesaver has been bringing loved ones home through their innovative program designed to protect, and when necessary, quickly locate individuals with cognitive disorders who are prone to the life-threatening behavior of wandering. The addition of GPS locating technology will enable Project Lifesaver’s agencies to more quickly locate wanderers and potentially avoid the time and cost of a full search and rescue.

“We had been searching for a GPS-enabled wearable for some time, but none met our high standards,” said Project Lifesaver’s CEO and Founder, Chief Gene Saunders. “The Theora Connect was the first one that can provide the reliable location and connectivity that our program demands. Another important capability was the Theora Link smartphone app for family caregivers. With this application, family members can locate their loved ones and communicate with them instantly, potentially avoiding the concern and stress of a full search and rescue.”

“Our wearable is certified on the major networks and is one of an elite group of wearables that has AT&T, TMobile and PTCRB certifications,” commented Stephen Popovich, Company President and CEO. “We are pleased to provide a pre-certified, reliable wearable for Project Lifesaver that is heads and shoulders above non-certified devices.”

Clairvoyant Networks’ wearable has been proven to reduce search and rescues. Sumter County Sheriff’s Office in Florida serves the Villages, the world’s largest retirement community. Sumter County was able to reduce the time to recover a loved one from 3 hours and 7 sheriffs to 5 minutes by having the family member locate the loved one on their smartphone application. Families report increased peace of mind because they know where their loved one is, and can instantly communicate with them. The family can recover them, without needing to call law enforcement.
In addition to GPS location and tracking and two-way hands-free voice communication at the wrist, the Theora Connect has been providing loved ones and their families with the ability to remain as independent as they can.

About Project Lifesaver International
Project Lifesaver International is a 501 (C)(3) non-profit organization that bridges the technological gap for “at-risk” populations and public safety agencies. We provide police, fire/rescue, and other first responders with a comprehensive program, including equipment and training, to quickly locate and rescue individuals with cognitive disorders who are prone to wandering, including those with Alzheimer’s disease, Autism, and Down Syndrome. The program serves the safety, security, and rescue needs of these individuals from all walks of life. They represent over 1,700 public safety agencies in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, six provinces in Canada, and Australia.
Project Lifesaver was the first organization to apply tracking technology for the search and rescue of individuals with cognitive disorders and we have remained the leader for the over 20 years. Because of their extensive experience in the search and rescue of wanderers, they have provided valuable insight and information in the development of policy and procedures for the search and safe recovery of wanderers. They, also, aid in the development of education for doctors, caregivers, school administrators, first responders, and families with loved ones at risk.

About Clairvoyant Networks, Inc.
Clairvoyant Networks, Inc. delivers situational awareness solutions to maximize the quality of life for older persons and those with chronic conditions. The Company provides a cloud platform, Theora 360(TM), that uses machine learning, artificial intelligence, and neural networking to collect, analyze and create actionable information. The Theora 360 platform works with clinical and non-clinical devices and can be easily integrated into enterprise applications to provide businesses with end-to-end solutions. The Company participates in ongoing research studies with government health organizations and academia to support healthier living, working, and activity for consumers, patients, and employees. Clairvoyant Networks, Inc., has offices in Austin, TX, and Raleigh, NC. For further information and to see how we can help you, please call us at 512-371-6164 or go to

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