Founder Maryann Kilgallon is on a mission to save children. A mother of two herself, she has been following the news for years as children deaths were reported as a result of heatstroke from being locked up inside a hot car under the sun.
One night, Maryann spent a sleepless night researching the number of reported incidents of children who were severely injured or died as a result of parental or caretaker negligence.
From the moment they wake up, parents are inevitably preoccupied with their work, family issues and the constant connection to technology that requires immediate attention.
It was then that Maryann realized that the number of car-related heatstroke incidents have increased over the years, largely due to the heavier burden placed on parents by life’s demands.
And that’s when the POMM® child injury prevention device concept was born.
Maryann no longer wanted to see or hear about children being hurt due to a challenge that could be easily resolved by today’s connected technology. This led to further research and the discovery that there is no dedicated device that provided a wellness checkup using biometric sensors.
Embarking on the journey to design POMM®, Maryann created Pink Lotus Technologies, Inc. as a springboard for not just one device, but many others that will solve life’s challenges with the use of connected apps and wearable technology.
POMM® was showcased at CES 2019 and we had the opportunity to meet many prospective investors, potential strategic partners and other attendees who loved and encouraged us to continue on our “tech with a cause” mission.
We thank you for visiting our website and invite you to contact us with any questions about our child injury prevention device. Pink Lotus Technologies, Inc. is actively working with potential investors and partnering organizations that are supporting our journey.
If you are ready to be a part of something BIG, let us know how you can help us save more lives so no one has to ever endure the sadness of another child injury or accident.