Jiobit aims to make wearables so discreet they're practically invisible
This tech could change wearables forever. The sky’s the limit for the technology, in theory, but Jiobit’s focusing its initial efforts on a specific market: wearables to help keep tabs on kids.
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Startup Jio wants to protect children with invisible wearables
Times have changed, and there are few areas of our lives that remind us of this fact more than with our children.
This stealth mode startup is building the future of wearable, invisible tech
Picture this: You’re sitting in the park as your kid races through jungle gyms and zips down slides.
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A group of former high-level Motorola executives and engineers is working on an ambitious Internet of Things startup that’s creating "invisible" wearables that fit discreetly into a person's everyday apparel.