Filip: A Tracking Bracelet For Your Kids

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Dan Seitz is an obsessive nerd living in New England. He lives in the Boston area with a fiancee, a dog, a cat, and far too many objects with processors.

1 Comment to Filip: A Tracking Bracelet For Your Kids

  1. Scott Robidoux: Filip is a Great Idea! They should probably
    provide the capability for parents to subscribe to their cellphone or cable
    carrier. A $10 per month price sounds about right. For younger children, it
    should have a irremovable lock. This technology should also be marketed to
    states needing a less costly community-based monitoring technology for
    ex-felons, sex-offenders. Additionally, they could add a pulse sensor and
    market it to seniors with medical conditions, especially alzheimer’s patients.
    We’re very proud of the FCC certification. Parents have the peace of mind that
    the child can take their parents with them on their adventure. It’s for a behavioral reason– kids take cues
    from their parents. Wearable’s will become more popular among adults, and so
    kids will want to wear them to mimic their parents. There is a need for a
    product that keeps parents and children connected. When it comes to mobile
    devices specifically, parents are concerned about cyber bullying, texting,
    inappropriate content– and that’s why research shows that parents think their
    kids shouldn’t have smartphones. Instead, parents and kids can balance their
    connection with the right technology used in the right way. There is no
    substitute for responsible parenting, but technology like the Filip brings
    greater freedom to kids and parents. It’s interesting to talk to parents with
    kids in our target group: they are more concerned than ever about their
    children outside the safety of their home….

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