Imagine arriving home from school and realizing you’ve left your iPad behind–it’s sitting in the middle of the cafeteria. You drive back, anxiety-ridden, hoping it’s still there.
Now, there’s a product line that will put your mind at ease if something like this ever happens again. Meet Dynotag, a property GPS tag that holds user information.
The company makes tags for lots of different scenarios. Fasten a tag to your car keys, your passport, or even your family pet. Dynotag ensures that lost items get back to their rightful owner.
The information associated with each tag is stored on Dynotag’s cloud and each tag is linked back to its own private website. When someone finds the tag, they can use it to access the owner’s contact information.
If they decide not to make the call, the owner at least receives a notification the tag has been viewed, as well as a geolocation. Users can update their information online as they see fit, and even add things like word documents, or vet records.
The tags don’t use batteries or electronics, so they are extremely resilient. They also feature a QR code, so they can be read using a smartphone, tablet, or computer. Additionally, they don’t require a subscription. Once you buy a tag, it’s yours for life.
Leaving stuff behind sucks, but it happens. Whether you’re an athlete who’s left behind expensive shoes, or a traveler who’s forgotten to pack up her passport when leaving a hostel, Dynotag is there to make the situation a little less stressful.
Always losing things? Dynotag is for you. The smart GPS tags hold user information on a cloud to help you get your stuff back quickly and easily.
Oliver Griffin is a Staff Writer at Publicize, which is a startup aiming to change the way companies approach PR. Publicize has worked with a dozen+ Y Combinator startups and leading brands such as Hallmark Cards.