Kilife sweeps the 2017 Utah Innovation Awards and the Rice Business Plan Competition with a grand prize total value of $588,000. Placing first in the Computer Hardware/Electrical Devices category, the company based in Orem is poised to make an impact in the lives of parents. Kilife’s flagship product, the Kiband, is different. Utilizing Bluetooth Low Energy, accelerometer tracking, machine learning, and multi-path fading technology, the wrist-worn device takes a different approach at child location tracking and gives parents peace of mind. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Kilife win it big and we don’t expect it to be the last.
Enjoy the clever presentation below by CEO Spencer Behrend at the 500 Start-ups Demo Day!