Tiger Eye Sensor to Demo Innovative Wearable Personal Security Device at February 19 Triangle TechBreakfast

RESEARCH TRIANGLE, N.C. -- Tiger Eye Sensor, Inc., the leader in the hands-free, wearable, personal security device market, will be showcasing its innovative new Tiger Eye Security Sensor (TESS) at the February 19 Triangle TechBreakfast at the American Underground in Durham. Small and lightweight (26mm square, 8mm thick and less than 11 grams) with a 12-hour rechargeable battery life, TESS uses Bluetooth technology to detect when the wearer calls out for help, connecting with a live monitoring service and summoning police to the user’s GPS location, all while illuminating the scene with a bright LED, photographing the perpetrator, and recording audio.

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“TESS is designed for the 106 million women who purchase security devices for themselves and their loved ones, in addition to college students, runners, real estate agents, health care workers, teachers, and business travelers who sometimes find themselves in vulnerable situations,” said CJ Scarlet, company founder and president.

According to Scarlet, a violent crime occurs in the US every 26 seconds, with rapes being committed every 6.2 minutes but with less than 1 in 6 being reported. Many times this is due to circumstances of the assault, she explained, including a lack of corroborative evidence.

“By capturing photographic and audio evidence of perpetrators and incidents, TESS will help criminal justice officials identify, capture and prosecute more criminals,” she said.

Tiger Eye Sensor CEO Dr. Lynn Yanyo will be leading the TechBreakfast presentation.

TechBreakfast is a nationwide, free, monthly morning demo-style event series where presenters demonstrate their technology innovations in a "show-and-tell" format. The intent of the event is to provide a fun, supportive "pitch-free" environment for people to share their innovations and get interaction and constructive feedback from an audience of technology influencers, entrepreneurs, technology decision-makers from large and small companies alike, government agencies and relevant service providers.

Information about the event, including how to register to attend, is available online at www.meetup.com/Triangle-TechBreakfast.

For more information about TESS visit www.tigereyesensor.com.

About Tiger Eye Sensor, Inc.
Tiger Eye Sensor, Inc., is the leader in the hands-free wearable personal security device market. Its innovative Tiger Eye Security Sensor (TESS) is designed to stop and prevent assaults and attacks, save lives, and provide actionable evidence for law enforcement use. Much like a portable home security system, TESS works with security monitoring providers in real-time while also acting as a deterrent to assaults by verbally warning off the assailant, illuminating the area, and capturing photographic and audio evidence to identify and prosecute the perpetrator. TESS utilizes cutting-edge technology in its hands-free design, weighing less than 11 grams and taking up just one inch square of space, all with a full-day battery charge, making it one of the most sophisticated devices ever to enter the burgeoning personal security marketplace. Tiger Eye is a majority women-owned, service disabled veteran-owned business committed to developing products like TESS in an effort to make people safer, more secure, and more empowered. For more information visit www.tigereyesensor.com.