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Mom Pom [Peace Of Mind]

Posted: October 18, 2010 in Reviews
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Mom Pom

Mom Pom

  • 24/7 Monitoring
  • Real Time Tracking
  • Location (on demand)
  • Geo Fencing
  • Assistance in recovery (in case of kidnapping/emergency)
  • MIS Reports
  • Cell Track

  • Home Care:
    Children, old people, etc. Tracking and personal security

    Employees, cars, goods real-time tracking and protection, command and control from Monitoring Center.

    • Protect your children!
    • Search and rescue (SAR)!
    • Protect your rental devices!
    • Manage and secure your fleet and workforce!


    Mom Pom Hand Held Tracker is a handheld terminal with GSM and GPS connectivity, which is able to get device coordinates and transfer them via GSM network. No installation is required. This device is perfectly suitable for applications where location acquirement of remote objects is needed and perfectly suites for securing company’s assets.

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    Every optical scanner is a camera, this is the fact which I never realized before visiting Solo Smart tech inc. this past Friday I was lucky enough to see one of the greatest achievement and innovation by Pakistan. I am talking about FaceXs (Facial Recognition Device) a device which can handle almost every issue regarding access control.

    Security is a big issue today even at schools kids have to go through scanning this the best example I could give, but security is one new thing as a few years back security was not as big issue as it is now however there is one thing which is there for a long time and that is ghost attendance at workplaces specially when it is a government institution. Many things came into the scene, RFID system, biometric scanners and many other things.

    The card scanning system Also known as RFID system is something which is very famous snapping card to get access to the controlled areas just like what we have seen in old 007 movies. Are we still sure that there is no ghost attendance in practice when RFID is doing its job. Sure one can show more than one cards to mark the attendance, and there are some issues too card got stolen, one forget to carry it, and it got scratched even.

    To me RFID is not a cost effective idea, generating so many cards and keep issuing them after the occurrence of any of the above issues. Every year companies have to spend big bucks every time they issue new cards. The one thing I like about FaceXs is it is one time investment and no need to issue new cards and the best thing “one can forget to carry his card but no one fill forget to bring his face with him”.

    Now come to the technology of finger prints and thumb impressions, not a bad Idea but still one have to touch the machine. Imagine that the finger is soaked with cream, ghee, sweat, or any other thing and the scanning panel. I do not think that I have to say any other thing as if you have good imagination you can get idea what the scanning surface has to go through.

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    a view of Swat River at Behrain, Swat Valley, Pakistan

    Well the crux of all the scenario was; there is no electricity (these were good old days when we were not forced to enjoy loadshedding), no proper arrangement to stay there and there is no chance that one can have his celluler network working over there. They also told us that there is another glacier, and as per them we can cross this one but the next was a BIG THING.

    At that time we all made a wise decision to go back to BEHRAIN and explore that place. In our way back to BEHRAIN we spent some time at 2 or 3 places in order to fix the jeep. There was one guy name SHERI with us, while at one place the jeep was being fixed and we all were busy in clicking photos and all that, he put binoculars on his eyes and started to look around. Suddenly a PATHAN appeared and he accused that this boy with telescope was staring his wife. That was a scene in the making but we all made that young “Pathan” man understand, he went on his way and we were back to BEHRAIN now.

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    When Stan Munro started Toothpick City I in 2003, he convinced his wife that this might be an actual job. Whether she really believed him, or just reveled at the thought of a husband spending all his time in the basement, she supported him. She helped him in every way imaginable, and when Toothpick City sold in 2005, she helped him spend the money.

    “My wife is the only sponsor I’ve ever needed,” Stan admits. “She’s a pretty good boss, and she doesn’t mind if I work all day in my underwear”

    Stan was born in Rochester, NY in 1970. He has family in New York City and Seattle, WA. Before making large toothpick structures for a living, he was the “wacky morning guy” on 13WHAM-TV, in his hometown of Rochester, NY. He worked at other TV stations in Albany, NY, Watertown, NY, and Seattle, WA.

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    It’s been said that a travel loving person do not bother the weather conditions, he only travels. Well I am neither a proper traveler nor a well defined travel account writer. But one thing is fact that the urge of visiting and knowing about places has always a special place in my heart. It was the time when last days of my college were passing and the announcement of a tour broke out that college is arranging a tour to SWAT valley (it was March 2007 months before all that Taliban fuss came out). I got permission from home along with the required amount to be submitted in college. On the announced date I was ready for the journey and collected all the required stuff e.g. money, eatables, bag and other stuff & somehow reached the college. The time for the arrival of the bus was announced to be 9:00 pm. But as usual (I don’t know why we really don’t care about the timing) the bus was late it came at about 1:00 am. That was not all with the bad luck of mine.

    The bus was not as per standard. We changed the buss it was even worse. Now at about 2:50 am near 30 young men were looking for some good buss near the Lahore Fort (I can’t write the exact location). Finally we got one and it was much batter. So finally our journey got started and I have no idea when I fall asleep. I and my other 3 friends woke up at dawn, we’ve reached KALAR KAHAR than, we were feeling to be hungry at that time and climate was also turning to be colder now. So I pulled out my woolen shawl to cope the changing climate and Nimko to beat the hunger.

    Buss was on her way and soon a board got my attention and it was having these words written over it; “Welcome to the Land of Hospitality”. It indicated that we were no more in Punjab and the territory province of N.W.F.P has begun. At about 2:00 Pm we reached a place which is very famous and have been in news for last 2 years or so but as usual I have forgotten the name. We had our lunch there but the best thing was the interesting and dangerous roads were about to start from there. Till 4:00 our “ASAAB GAVE THE ANSWER”. Everyone was frustrated due to this long journey regardless the fact that we were than in the district of Swat. We came across to the river of swat and it was nice to clap to see it, but it got worse when this exercise of clapping was forced on us again and again and in the mean while we came to know that we have lost the way. That brought the level of my frustration almost to the peak of it. We spent more than two hours in SWAT and our state can be better said as “RAJ K KHAJAL HUY”.

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    Naseem Hamid

    Naseem Hamid

    Pakistan’s Naseem Hamid created history on Monday by becoming the fastest woman of the region when she won the 100-metre sprint gold medal at the South Asian Games.

    The 22-year-old from Rawalpindi clocked 11.81seconds, 0.12seconds ahead of Sri Lanka’s Pramila Priyadarshani, to bag her first gold medal before a strong crowd at Bangabandhu National Stadium.

    Wearing national green tights, she led the field among the eight runners after her easy qualification for the finals.

    “I had forgotten the world for six months and trained really very, very hard under my coach Maqsood Ahmed to achieve this,” Naseem Hamid said.

    “It is a great moment for me to have brought glory to the country in my event after the poor showing by our national cricket team and especially since our athletics standards have been poor of late,” she added.

    “I hope my performance will inspire the young athletes to become professionals.”

    Both 100-metre results turned out to be upsets as Shehan Saearuwan of Sri Lanka toppled India’s Abdul Najeeb Qureshi who had previously won the 200-metre event.

    Meanwhile, for Naseem Hamid to win the 100-metre sprint was a historic moment as no Pakistani woman had achieved this feat in 26-year history of the regional games.

    Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) Chief Lt.Gen (Rtd) Syed Arif Hasan congratulated Naseem for her historic performance and announced a one-lakh-rupee (Rs.100,000) cash prize for her remarkable achievement.

    Meanwhile, Pakistan’s Liaquat Ali took the bronze medal in the 100-metre dash by clocking 10.63 seconds, finishing behind Sri Lankan and Indian athletes.

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