Whereoscope is a service designed to help parents keep know where their kids are.
Whereoscope uses smartphones and an intelligent sampling algorithm to provide the best possible accuracy without draining the battery.
Whereoscope enables location-based geo-fencing so that parents can know when their kids arrive at school, leave soccer practice, or are just about to get home.
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