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GPS SmartSole Wearable Technology
CES 2015 DCIA Interview with GTX Corp
GTX Corp. (GTXO) Chairman & CEO Patrick Bertagna explains why GPS SmartSoles (shoe insoles) represent the next big step in GPS wearable technology - CES 2015 & DCIA Jan 2015
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GTX Corp (GTXO) is a holding company that owns and operates three subsidiaries engaged in the burgeoning $17 billion wearable technology business. GTX was founded in 2002, became publicly traded in 2008, and is currently headquartered in Los Angeles with distributors in Canada, Mexico, Australia, Nepal and Switzerland that serve customers in 162 countries and counting.
Known for its game-changing and award-winning patented GPS Smart Shoe, its block buster Smartphone GPS Tracking App, and GPS SmartSole, GTX offers a robust enterprise GPS and cellular location platform that provides real-time tracking of the whereabouts of people, pets, vehicles and high valued assets.
GTX Corp CEO Patrick Bertagna speaks about what the future holds in wearable technology.
The rise of wearable technology took this years International CES show by storm. CES 2014 could have been called the "Wearable Tech" show. The "wearable tech" market is evolving quickly and by all accounts is the next big thing.
While many companies are now using it as the unavoidable catchphrase, GTX Corp has been pioneering wearable tech for over a decade along with building an extensive intellectual property portfolio in this category and is planning to unveil its new line of Wearables starting this quarter. Call it our wearable tech version 2.0 which will include a mix of GPS, Cellular, Bluetooth and NFC technologies embedded in consumer friendly products.
Aging and Long-Term Care Policy Report Recently sent to CONGRESS mentions the GTX Corp GPS Shoe!
Aging services technology study identifies available technologies for Cognitive Impairment and evidence of their benefits.
On page 69, (the GTX Corp's first flagship product), the GPS Shoe is identified as a solution and discusses GPS monitoring technology:
In addition to their utility in detecting cognitive impairment, activity-monitoring technologies have also been used among people with established cognitive deficits. One example of this application is among patients who engage in dangerous behaviors such as wandering and elopement (Altus et al., 2000). Monitoring technologies mitigate the risks associated with these behaviors by facilitating remote patient monitoring. This approach not only provides physical security to the patient, but it also provides emotional security to caregivers and reduces caregiver burden by allowing the caregiver to monitor a loved one from a location of their choosing. A variety of technologies can be employed in patient monitoring systems. These include global positioning systems (GPS), radio frequency (RF) transmitters, and cellular-based tracking devices. In one system, a GPS is embedded in shoes that allow the user's location to be tracked with a secure subscriber’s portal. Other systems integrate more than one technology to address these behaviors. Assisted GPS systems (AGPS), which combine GPS and cellular tracking functionality, can provide greater accuracy, availability, and coverage than standard GPS (Djuknic and Richton, 2001).
LBN-INVESTIGATGES: In 1990, there were slightly more than 3 million Americans over the age of 85. Now there are almost 6 million. By 2050, there will be 19 million people - approaching 5% of the total population.
The numbers basically double every 20 years, creating an organic growth which increases the potential customers of GPS Shoes
GTX Corp CEO Patrick Bertagna on the show Undiscovered Equity
GTX Corp CEO Patrick Bertagna discusses the launch of the GPS Smart Shoe for persons with Alzheimer's and others on the show Undiscovered Equity.
GPS Tracking for Family, Lone Worker, Elderly/Health, Pets, and Others
Despite the fact that the personal location devices and applications market has been around for a number of years, it is still in the very early stages of development. The potential is huge, with a large available market, a clear benefit in the technology, and the potential of legislation as a major driver. The market has made progress, with many of the barriers around cellular M2M connectivity having come down, yet it remains hampered by fragmentation, high prices, and a lack of awareness. There is a consensus within the industry that the market is large enough to support hardware and smartphone applications. Many are now looking at ways to combine both. Traditional hardware vendors like GTX Corp and Connexion2 have launched their own applications, while application developers like Life360 are looking to use their huge installed base as a way to drive additional revenue through hardware.
April 19th, 2012 - By Justin Kuepper · GTX Corp (OTCBB: GTXO), a leader in two-way GPS Personal Location Services (PLS), has developed innovative high-margin technology, similar to companies like Location Based Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: LBAS), in an otherwise commoditized industry dominated by companies like Garmin Ltd. (NASDAQ: GRMN), making it a great investment opportunity.
The O'Reilly Factor, Sean Hannity and Greta Van Susteren shows
- During all 3 of these 1 hour shows the Fox News Channel
Ticker ran with the GTX Corp Story
- Estimated viewing audience worldwide over 10 million…
Los Angeles, November 9, 2011 -- GTX Corp (OTCBB: GTXO), a leader in customizable, 2-way GPS Personal location.
GTX Corp was awarded the People's Choice Award for the gps shoe. The prior nomination was displayed on the NASDAQ building.
GTX Corp CEO Patrick Bertagna talks about GPS Shoe on CNN, GPS Apps Provide Peace of Mind
Wall Street: Buy-Sell-Hold interview with Patrick Bertagna
Wall Street: Buy Sell Hold interview with Patrick Bertagna of GTX Corp discussing GPS and personal location devices.
Oct. 26, 2010 - wsRadio
Listen to an interview with
Patrick Bertagna, GTX Corp CEO,
on The Peggy Smedley Show