‘Wander’ systems based on GPS present accuracy problems in urban areas and in facility use. The new EmSeeQ from EmFinders (’em’ for ’emergency) uses GSM M2M cellular technology to locate a person with dementia, Down Syndrome or similar conditions within 10-20 feet in urban areas, and 1000 feet in rural areas. This bracelet looks considerably less clunky than GSM models as well. If the person is lost, the caregiver alerts the EmSeeQ center which then can alert police. Cost is $225 with a $25/month service plan for connectivity. NY Times article. Website.