First Wearable Tracking Wristband To Be Unveiled at IAAPA 2018
For parents of small children, losing a child in a big place such as an amusement park can be a real fear. We’ve seen places like the Ohio State Fair give out paper wristbands for parents to write their contact information in case their children get lost, but this year, a new high tech solution is being unveiled at IAAPA. Luboo is the first rental, wearable tracking wristband for patents and caregivers of young children at large events and venues.
Luboo wants to alleviate anxiety in parents of young children by providing a low cost solution to find a wandering child at the press of a button. Empowering parents and caregivers and saving resources for the venue. Luboo then gives the anonymous, real-time tracking data back to the venue so they can learn more about their young guests and their movements in order to better improve their services.
Luboo, both a wristband and mobile app, was developed by two parents in Sydney, Australia. It’s set to launch in the United States in 2019!
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