Safedome, the tech innovation company responsible for creating the world’s first and thinnest Bluetooth tracker card, is now launching the world’s first wireless charging Bluetooth 5 tracker card, as part of a three-tiered branding solution.
“When dealing with marketing companies and large commercial corporations in the insurance, airline, automotive and banking industries, we kept seeing the same opportunity,” explains Matt Denton, CEO of Maxwell Forest, the company behind Safedome.
“Rather than using their marketing spend on a whole range of ‘giveaway-type’ items, companies are now looking for high-quality promotional gifts that are useful and long-lasting, keeping their brand in touch with the customer.”
People are living in a technological and aspirational era, where everyone takes pride in their home, car, acquisition of the latest smartphone or smartwatch.
When buying promotional products, many companies are looking for items that are memorable, products that create a positive perception in their customer’s minds, and are more environmental than disposable gifts.
“And customisation nowadays means more than just a company’s logo on a standard gift item,”
“It’s about creating promotional items with brand-matching materials, colours and shapes, which help turn your customers into brand loyalists by delivering value.” Denton added.
Safedome is a Bluetooth tracking card made to fit in a standard wallet. The card connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth 5, with alerts received on your phone when Safedome moves out of range. Safedome can also find your misplaced phone, even if it is on silent.
What really sets Safedome apart from its competitors is that it can be wirelessly charged.
The short battery life of many promotional Bluetooth trackers means they’re thrown away every 12 months or so – not very cost-effective as a branded promotional gift.
Safedome’s world-first wireless charging avoids these issues, allowing a company’s promotional product to remain with their customer for at least 4-5 years.
“Wired chargers can easily get lost in cable clutter and are rapidly disappearing. What better place to charge your Safedome card than the same pad that you use for your Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone X, Samsung or your new smartwatch,” says Denton.
“We wanted to squeeze the latest Bluetooth 5 into our thin card form factor. We moved to 5, as it sets the bar for truly connected devices, doubling its range and data throughput. It really makes the Internet of Things real and helps make our products more useful.”
Safedome products can be tailored to meet a company’s specific promotional needs, whether that’s a branded tracker fob for digital car keys, or a card for a wallet or passport holder.
Safedome tracking technology can even be integrated into a Mastercard credit/debit card or a company’s customer loyalty card.
“We all know how stressful and time-consuming losing your digital car keys or wallet can be,” says Denton, “not to mention your passport or phone while you’re travelling overseas.”
“Our family of products means that we have a solution to fit every customer’s business and branding requirements.”