Retired Arizona State University teacher Chuck Riden has joined forces with MystroWARE Technologies, SuperKids.org, and JingleSPOT, officially launching KiddoID, a MystroRCI project being worked on at http://KiddoID.com.
KiddoID is an identification system, for protecting children across America, and around the world.
“The concept is simple, it provides protection for our most important asset – our children,” said the software creator, Chuck Riden.
According to Mr. Riden, the KiddoID software is part of a process, that produces a specially designed identity card, featuring a built-in forensic tracing system for protecting children from danger. Additionally, he pointed out that the software is a database that’s suitable for all identification it produces.
So, whether children are abducted from a Day Care facility, lost on a school field trip, concert performance, or mistakenly dropped at the wrong bus stop, etc. or families need to be ever watchful of child safety, Chuck said, KiddoID is a free child identification software program.
“It was designed to ensure that every daycare, school, bus services, teacher, parent, after school program, sports program and any other agency or facility that cares for the nation’s children will have a high-tech protection system at their disposal,” he said.
The bottom line is that, KiddoID allows for positive identification of the child and authorized guardians,” said Chuck, who added that KiddoID is simply an advanced multi-technology identification system.
The KiddoID project, which had been on the side burner for years and have so far attracted a great deal time and investment, will now be “Crowd Funded”, see http://KiddoID.com/FUNDING
, to raise the funding required to complete the project.
According to Chuck, the project is currently being managed in Tempe, Arizona by MystroRCI, and he is personally responsible for most of the software framework, the initial idea, and any required debug. MystroWARE, is responsible for user interface, how to posts, and help videos. Team Gorpus and JingleSPOT are responsible for wiring the Internet, smartphone and tablet interfaces. JingleSPOT is also being responsible for advertising and marketing, as well as all website and hosting needs for the project.
“The project is going to put a ‘Software-as-a-Service’ (SaaS) online via the JingleSPOT Nexus (see; JingleSPOT.com/networks). This will be a FREE service to any school, day care, school related bus services, and even parents across America,” said Chuck. Learn more about IndieGoGo.com
Chuck Riden, Developer
Riden Consulting, Inc. / MystroRCI
621 Geneva Drive
Tempe, AZ 85282-3734