Brick House Security has created a device to help parents keep track of their children.
The device is called "Mommy I'm Here!" and comes in the form of a small plastic teddy bear. To use the tracking device, a parent attaches it to his child's shoelaces or belt and carries a wireless transmitter that shares a frequency with the receiver on the device.
The teddy bear receiver is smaller than three inches in length and less than two inches in width. The transmitter is just over two inches long and connects to keys. Both are water- and shock-resistant and come with long-life batteries already installed. The product comes in pink and brown.
If a child gets out of the parent's sight, the parent pushes the button on the transmitter, at which the teddy bear will let out a loud chirping noise. The teddy bear receiver functions more than 150 feet away from the transmitter.
The tracking device sells for $29.95.