Oklahoma millennial entrepreneurs seek to save lives, money

DEON OSBORNE | OCTOBER 17, 2016
University of Oklahoma students and a recent graduate are taking their classroom idea to the real world with a startup technology company aimed at lowering the number of costly and deadly trucking accidents on the road.

BlyncSync (Blink-Sink), created out of the OU’s Sooner Launch Pad program inside the Michael F. Price College of Business, uses software to collect data on vital signs.

Through wearable biometrics located on a truck driver’s body, trucking companies are able to monitor the real-time and projected fatigue levels of their drivers during their routes.

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