Imagine, for a moment it’s about half a million miles. Half a million dollars will be your permanent home in all parts of the United States. It takes around half a million to borrow our Amazon experience. And last year, about a million millions lost to Alzheimer’s or survivors in Florida alone
It is scary to think about, but millions of partners are lost each year in the United States, and while there are kinds of people out there to help them, there are still many who are injured or dead. The largest multinational countries are larger than most states, but the problem is clear across the nation.
The world’s most well-known program is the Yellow Jacket. The Gold Four Alert acts as a general Amber Alert for losers of children — once the company has lost and announced that the Gold Alert is open at the local level, with the information provided by the individual. The problem is, the success of the program is somewhat dependent on public co-operation, and a very high number of missing people, repeated warnings to be sought. There may be less of a sense of urgency than there would have been with a lost child, but in particular, one with cognitive impairment, may be equivocal. Of the Alzheimer’s diseases among the US, at least 5.2 million are affected. And that number is growing. The Alzheimer’s Foundation estimates that 60 percent of the suspects are likely to be ill. In other words,
But in Florida, new technology is likely to gain this status, and its success may be the driving force behind search engines in the country. The program is called “Lost Money” and it will use drone tracking and drone technology to find lost people faster, giving them a higher chance of returning with their families. Now, the program is still making progress, with options to remove the equipment on wristbands, bags, or necklaces. In the tracking device the action will be performed under the missing person.
This is a daunting step, but there are some problems to work with. Its software relies on tracking devices for those who are more vulnerable, which is a very important consideration. The program is now free, voluntary, and already getting started early – its performance can have a huge impact on how Ferris works for his pitch.
“If we can help them with that,” says Linda Stewart, 13 of the Orange County Senate of Orange County, “we need to help and I think they will do it.”