Hand-held emergency-alert devices linked with home telephones now are as popular with the elderly as early bird specials. Inventor Bob Eisenman says he is adding a new twist to the concept of summoning help with the touch of button by incorporating global positioning satellite technology with the now ubiquitous key fob. Eisenman’s neck was broken in an accident in 2000, sparking the idea for a device he’s now shopping to auto makers and suppliers. “I was really in trouble and needed ...

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