He created a digital tool that keeps track of your dogArtan Mansouri. Photo: Tracy Trackers/Press

He created a digital tool that keeps track of your dog

Publicerad: 13 January 2016, kl. 9:23

Artan Mansouri saw the need for a tool that keeps track of your dog’s health and whereabouts. So he decided to create a tracker and named it Tracy.

Tobias Karlsson

Tracy Trackers is a Swedish startup company founded by Artan Mansouri, a young entrepreneur who’s also created digital innovations for Google, Lexus and NASA. With his own company Tracy Trackers, he has developed a tool that keeps track of your dog.

The idea behind Tracy is both to provide knowledge concerning the dog’s health and to prevent it from running away. The tracker can be attached to the dog’s collar. Then the movements and lifestyle of the animal can be tracked using a mobile app.

“When my girlfriend’s dog ran away the motivation to create a dog-safe world was born. The market has always been ready and finally Tracy is fully developed to prevent escapes and diseases,” says Artan Mansouri, founder and CEO of Tracy Trackers.

Mansouri is launching on crowdfunding platform Indiegogo, in the hope of getting the final support needed to complete the product. The campaign is expected to go live on March 29.

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