Professor John Greathouse recently reached out to Evan Strenk, the company’s Co-Founder and CEO of Milo Sensors, a Santa Barbara based company that is developing an electronic wristband that monitors blood alcohol level through perspiration.
"No longer will people have to estimate how impaired they may, or may not be, based on how much they have eaten, how many drinks they’ve had and how quickly they consumed them," Greathouse recently wrote in his Forbes article. "If consumer adoption becomes widespread, Milo’s unique solution could dramatically reduce the incidence of buzzed driving."
Milo was one of the team finalists in the 2015 New Venture Competition and took home the $10,000 grand prize, $7,500 for the Tech-Driven award category and another $2,500 People’s Choice award.
By John Greathouse, Contributor for Forbes
Saturday, July 8, 2017