Todd Morris Shares Child Tracking Solutions with PIX11

In this segment from PIX11 New York, BrickHouse CEO Todd Morris sits down with the Morning News team to discuss easy child tracking solutions. Looking specifically at the Spark Nano 4.0, Todd

explains how real-time tracking works and offers a breakdown of why a concerned parent should look to a designated GPS device instead of a cell phone to provide tracking. “Cell phones are designed for you to recharge them at least once a day,” Todd said. “Any of us who have a cell phone with apps on it know you have to charge it at least once a day. When a child goes missing, you don’t want to worry about it running out of a charge because someone didn’t charge it.” The segment comes on the heels of the Avonte Oquendo case, in which the autistic 14 year old wandered away from a Queens, NY school and remains missing. According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, approximately 800,000 children are reported missing each year in the U.S.

About the author  ⁄ Erik Helin

Erik is BrickHouse Security's copy chief. Hailing from the Midwest (Wisconsin), Erik moved to NYC in 2010, securing a job at BrickHouse shortly thereafter. Outside of work he writes about music, does freelance advertising work, and wastes his life on the internet. Aside from no-brainers like cheese and beer, Erik enjoys music, travel, TV, his cat, and Brooklyn.