POMM™ will be exhibiting at CES 2019

Pink Lotus Technologies’ CEO Maryann Kilgallon and her team will be traveling to Las Vegas to exhibit POMM™ at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), January 8th through the 11th.

The POMM™ device and app will be showcased in the startup-focused Eureka Park Marketplace at CES 2019, located at the Sands Expo Hall G in booth number 52756.

We look forward to meeting potential investors, VCs and media representatives interested in learning more about this children’s safety wearable device.

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Wearable Technology for Children Safety

Keeping them Safe from Environmental Harm

Prevent child abuse with POMM™

Prevent Child Abuse

POMM™ helps keep children safe from potentially harmful situations when cared by someone outside of their family circle, such as preschool and daycare.

Prevent Drownings

The POMM™ device alerts a parent or caretaker of any instance where it makes contact with water, allowing fast response to a potential drowning.

Prevent Abductions

Equipped with GPS tracking, POMM™ can help deter potential abductors and allow the tracking of the location of a child being taken without parental consent.

Prevent heatstroke in hot vehicles with POMM™

Prevent Heatstroke

POMM™ can track the environmental conditions where a toddler or child is located, triggering an alarm if a child is exposed to increased heat inside a vehicle.

POMM™ Wearable Technology Wristband

POMM™ Uses Existing Wearable Technology

allowing you to remain connected with wellness checks and other features

This is not science fiction. Current mobile connectivity and nanotechnology allows many devices you already carry to transmit information to an app. POMM™ is no different than popular smartwatch or exercise-support devicesonly that our device protects the most precious asset in your family: your children.

In fact, POMM™ was developed with babies, toddlers and children up to 7 years of age in mind. Why? Simply because they are little beings who cannot protect themselves in the absence of a parent or caring family member.

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Why POMM is ready to make a difference

It is possible to prevent heatstroke deaths in infants and children–we just need to become aware and mindful of our actions despite the many distractions and reasons to get sidetracked.

Heatstroke Deaths are 100% Preventable
Heatstroke Deaths are 100% PreventableSource: Chigago TribuneVisit Source