Monkey is launching at CES 2018- January 8-12, 2018 Las Vegas!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

NEW FAMILY APP WILL ALERT CAREGIVERS WHEN KIDS WANDER OFF

Monkey Set To Help Families Stay Connected and Safe

 

(Manhasset, NY) – TwinTech LLC proudly announces its full-market release of the wearable child-sensor technology, Monkey KID Sensor. Monkey KID Sensor will debut at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January 2018. Monkey KID Sensor is a unique wearable sensor allowing caregivers to create a virtual bond with their children by quickly alerting them when a child wanders outside a preset safe boundary.

 

Founder of TwinTech LLC and creator of Monkey KID Sensor, Kim Gavin, brought Monkey KID Sensor to life after experiencing temporary loss of her two-year-old daughter at a birthday party. After two-years of hard work, Gavin created a solution that married technology and child-friendliness which aims to prevent the situation from happening again.

 

“Monkey KID utilizes a kid-friendly wearable sensor that isn’t clunky, cumbersome and expensive,” says Gavin. “The short-term panic experienced when a child goes missing, can be traumatic for both the child and the caregiver. This device is meant to give families peace of mind,” says Gavin.

 

The Monkey KID Sensor is powered by a 4.0 BLE Radius Network Rad Dot Beacon and is available for purchase at www.themonkeyapp.com. The app can be downloaded for free on iTunes. Monkey KID Sensor will be an exhibitor January 8-12, 2018 at CES in the Eureka Park section, Booth #52830Sands Convention Center.

 

About TwinTech LLC: Kim Gavin founded TwinTech LLC with the help of her sister Renee Wisniski in 2016. Kim has been employed in the medical technology space for more than a decade. She has been involved in numerous disruptive technology launches and has built several innovative markets in the med-tech space over several years. Renee has been an active seed investor in TwinTech since its inception in 2016 and is a very accomplished Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner.