Peters has developed a pet vision mapping app that lets you know where your pet is at any given time, whether he or she’s sick, and even how many times he or her will be at the same location within a day.
Peters is launching its pet vision app on Apple and Android phones and tablets on July 15.
A dog looks at a map of a future pet owner’s location in Peters projection map, projection mapping app, which shows where your pets can be found, in PetERS projection maps, the Peters company said.
PetERS is an interactive mapping app based on Peters pet vision system that lets users view a pet’s location from anywhere in the world and determine how many dogs, cats, and other pets the user has, PetERS CEO Peters said.
Peters has launched its pet projection app, PetER, on Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Android and Windows smartphones and tablets in the U.S. on July 16.
This is the first time that a company has developed and released a pet app that integrates both pet vision and pet ownership.
Peters said that PetERS can be used to predict how many pets your pet will have in the near future.
The PetERS app is compatible with Apple, Android, and Windows tablets.
The app can be downloaded for free and can be installed on any Android smartphone or tablet running Android 2.2 or above, Peters CEO Petes said.
Users can set their pet’s personal location in the PetERS pet vision map, which is based on a pet owner-generated location.
When a user looks at the pet’s pet map, Peter calculates how many cats, dogs, and puppies his or her pet can be located in a given day.
If the user does not have enough pets, Petering can show users a “no pets” map, where PetERS will show a blank screen.
Pets are generally viewed as the ultimate guardian, and pets have a “special place in your heart,” Peters President and CEO Peter said.
“Your pet’s well-being is at the center of the PetER app, and PetERS puts a lot of effort into helping pet owners understand their pets,” PetERS said.
PetERS is based in San Francisco.
The company has a $3.5 billion valuation.