AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Immediately after the aftermath of the San Bernadino massacre, iBackPack of Texas, Inc. is announcing new additions to its electronic, high-technology backpack. It has signed long-term contracts with GOLF Industries. "We expect to be OEMing millions of dollars worth of high-tech equipment to include in the iBackPack," says Duncan Bonnici, Chief Technology Officer. Mr. Bonnici elaborates with his statement, "We will be counting on Shenzhen Golf & Feihuang Technology Co.,Ltd. to provide us with the very latest and greatest batteries, components and tracking systems." The mobile application software for the iPhone or Android devices is being developed by in-house software engineers. They will be providing GPS tracking, alarm systems and tracking mechanisms for backpacks, purses, bags and other travel containers.
Doug Monahan, CEO & Founder, iBackPack states, "We feel it is necessary to move forward our plans to introduce 'bulletproof' backpack solutions to the retail market." The first step toward our success to protect citizens from the madness of mass shootings is not to arm people with guns - but to provide them with protective gear and high-technology tracking systems - hence the iBackPack military grade version.
The iBackPack is revolutionary in many ways. The bag has over fifty individual pockets, secret compartments and other decoy pockets to throw someone searching the bag "off track." In addition to the numerous pockets, the iBackPack has technological advancements are significant" states Jake Gleason, VP of Business Development, RU-Upped, Inc. from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
The iBackPack is much more than a bullet blocking system. It also provides the ability to track the exact location of the iBackPack through advanced GPS systems. The iBackPack can be tracked within 10 feet. Should anyone steal your backpack you can quickly and easily push an alarm button on your iPhone or Android phone. The bag leverages GPS tracking systems provided by AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. "We will be managing the software systems that allows anyone with the right software and passwords to be able to track the location of an iBackPack in real time," states CJ Hauptmeier, CEO, KPI Analytics, Inc, Austin, Texas.
Should you wish to assist the iBackPack with its crowdfunding you can make suggestions at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ibackpack/2042355245?token=9b97d0af. The company is not accepting pledges at this time - only suggestions.