Here is a new generation tracking device that can be implanted into the human body. The chip is FDA-approved and functions as a RFID-chip (radio frequency identification chip) and is GPS-enabled, that is, it can track individuals down through satellites. GPS stands for Global Positioning System. The positioning is real-time, with no delays. The chip is small and usually implanted between the shoulder and the elbow area of an individual’s right arm.
Moreover, the chip can sense a person’s distress, thanks to bio-sensors.
“Furthermore, the NanoGuardian chip, is able to transmit, using radio frequencies normally allocated to GSM cellular networks, a distress signal that alerts about a kidnapping taking place. It is bio-sensors that, embedded in the chip, can transmit this kind of information.”
More over, the chip can monitor a person’s stress levels and heart rhythm.
“This new interface represents the next evolution in the development of an implantable sensor that relies on active RF technology to continuously monitor and transmit in vivo stress levels over an extended period of time.”