Senior Safety Net

The Senior Safety Net employs the same technology as the CHILD Project, and is designed to help locate and identify seniors who go missing.

Nationally, more than 4 million adults suffer from Alzheimer’s Disease, and the prevalence doubles every five years beyond the age of 65. Nationally, there are more than 100,000 active missing adult cases, with more than 30,000 missing one year or more.

The Senior Safety Net, like the CHILD Project, uses iris identification biometric technology to capture iris data that is created and compared with all codes in a national database maintained by the National Center for Missing Adults in Phoenix, Arizona.