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Launching on Kickstarter, a Smart Lid for Medicine Bottles and Controlled Substances with Electronic Alerts

Via: ReleaseWire

Updated 8:45 AM CST, Tue, November 13,2018

Now seeking community support via Kickstarter, this smart lid for medicine bottles and controlled substances notifies users in real-time about medication usage and access.

Canterbury, NH -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/13/2018 -- Designed by Dr. Naim Syed, Lp.D. in Concord, New Hampshire, this smart lid for medicine bottles and controlled substances is designed to address growing trends of abuse of medicines and controlled substances by patient and non-patients alike. Currently on Kickstarter, the smart lid is trying to raise $92,000 to fund the project and is currently welcoming support from the public.

The smart lid acts as an alarm, alert, and notification system in real-time. It reminds users when to take medication, but also alerts them when a medication is opened by someone it was not prescribed to. In addition to medications, it can also be used to safeguard liquor bottles and other substances against undesired usage.

Forgetting to take medications can have harmful effects and medication theft is a growing problem worldwide. With this smart lid, you can tackle both issues and receive electronic notification reminders via a mobile app both is iOS and Android phones whenever you are due to take your medications, but also alerts whenever the bottle is opened undesirably – perhaps by someone who should not.

The Kickstarter campaign is located on the web at:

Supporters around the world can back this project by making generous pledges and donations. Supporters can make pledges ranging from $3 to $10,000 or more, and each pledge above $10 comes with a series of rewards. Moreover, the associated rewards are being offered with worldwide shipping. More information is available on the Kickstarter campaign page.

About Dr. Syed
Dr. Syed is an academic who enjoys sharing unique and useful ideas with the rest of us. Monitoring medication usage can be a struggle and the consequences for failing to do so are almost certainly harmful. The smart lid sends notifications and alerts whenever a medicine bottle or other controlled substance is opened – either when you're schedule to do so or by someone who isn't.


Contact Person: Janet & Naim Syed
Company: OLK12
City: Canterbury
State: New Hampshire
Country: United States
Phone: 6036617498

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