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BABY ON WATCH


Project No: #20836
Capital needed
USD 491,000
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Minimum investment per investor: $157,000
Country: South Africa
Reason for needing Capital: Research & Development
Stage: Pre-Startup
Ideal Investor Role: Equity partner
Highlights: Evaluation of prototype
TESTING AND EVALUATING A PROTOTYPE
What you offer to investors?: Good day i am offering 24% for the investors Before undertaking a product launch, it’s important to know that you are presenting your product as a solution to the right segments. Part of identifying your target audience is understanding their pain points and giving them a product that alleviates
Business plan:
Additional documents:

Good day my name is  SINDILE L. T.  yes it's fine you can share  my  name on social media we are working on three different types of prototype project my manager's contact details are , kindly find the attached  documents of the of the baby on rescue device and the device that the baby on watch prototype that the software engineers are going to manufacture it will be responsible to protect the toddlers and disable,deaf people around the world not only in SOUTH AFRICA  you can send me the documents in order to sign them another issue of these two prototypes is that i send two prototypes last year but in one page the first one is the baby on watch prototypes at which it will operate like this on and it will be wrapped around the writs of the toddler or the disable,deaf people in order to protect them form getting kidnapped or missing around the world on this one the little belt of 5mm x 7mm and the diameter of about 4mm right on top of the circuit board of the baby on watch device  just like a watch but it's not a watch the device will look like the structure of the watch but the size of the device during the manufacturing will depend on the wrist size of the toddler or the disabled,deaf people because in some cases you will find out some toddlers have arms that are much bigger than the size of the this 5mm x7mm size of the belt,please take note the size of the device diameter will not change during the manufacturing of the baby on watch prototype the only size that will change is the belt of the prototype.Right here on this baby on watch prototype the will be a 10mm x 15mm device that will be attached on the door frame in order to assist the baby on watch device when the toddler, disabled, deaf person  is trying to exit the doors of the house without the permission of the parents or the guardian the device on the door frame will ring the bell alerting the parents or the guardian who is in another room that the toddler is exiting the door or the gate of the fence and the parents will quickly go out and stop the toddler,disable, deaf person from going out of the gate of the fence.But in some cases if the toddler or the disable, deaf person has manged to go missing and walk around the street or in the mall or somewhere the baby on watch device will be always ringing on their arm in order to alert the people who walk around the mall or street that they will notice the ringing bell on the baby on watch device and at that point in time right on the baby on watch device it will be reflecting the residential address of the toddler or the disable, deaf person and that adult person will quickly alert the law enforcement and the toddler will be sent home to his or her parents just like that.The circuit board of the baby on watch device will be the size of the watch but not exactly during the manufacturing.

The gathered feedback I decided to let the project team initially verify the usability
and feasibility of the solution. It also informs the team of any needed improvements
to the proposed product and gives significant insight for other relevant actions
moving forward.

For the team’s quick reference to the collected responses, they can record the
feedback in their project management software .
Prototype: Use a cloud-based platform to obtain feedback. In that way, it’s easier for
your project team or even your sample group to participate and collaborate.
Step 5: Present POC for approval
With the concept tested and improved based on the feedback, i will now and can
prepare the presentation to the stakeholders.
I will present, among other things, the pain points that the product solves, features
that address those problems, and technologies integrated to demonstrate the value
of the idea of the pirates attacking the cargo ships in our world oceans and the baby
on rescue prototype for protecting the toddlers, disable deaf people, prototype and
chemical gases- chemistry that will reduce global warming etc.
We are going elaborate on the product development and project management
components, which they should also note in our project tracker.
These include clearly defined success criteria or project management metrics,
evaluation measures, timelines, next project management plans (should it be
approved), resources needed, and other aspects discussed earlier.
Once the team successfully presents the idea and persuades the stakeholders to
approve and invest, they can begin to implement it.
Prototype: Put more emphasis on the benefits that your product brings, instead of its
features.

On POC
A POC us helps as a founding company see if a proposed idea is practical and
attractive and solve the problems facing the society for the target market and
achievable for the company.
Through the POC, I can explore the planned components and functionalities of the
ideated product, along with the costs, resources, and capacities required to make it
work. In these three prototypes the software engineers will require for me to request funding  for the project in order to be completed but they will start on the concept
project in order to be completed but they will start on the concept pre-development of
these three prototypes.

These are the five steps in the POC process.

Step 1: Demonstrate the need for the product
When presenting their POC, project leaders must establish the need for the product
by mentioning who the target market is and what their pain points are. In narrating
the customers’ pain points, however, project managers must not merely assume
what these are. They need to get actual and verified answers.
Project leaders can acquire these responses by interviewing a representative sample
of customers. They should ask in-depth questions about the clients’ frustrations,
what they want a product to do to alleviate their inconvenience, their desired user
experience, and more.
Doing that allows project leaders to grasp their customers’ feelings and perspectives
clearly, as well as acquire a list of specific needs and targets for their POC.

Prototype: Interview a sample group of customers to understand and verify their pain
points.
Step 2: Ideate the right solution
From the sample group’s answers, project managers can now start brainstorming
with their team for the right solutions to the customers’ pain points, keeping in mind.
The team should then assess each brainstormed solution according to the likely
costs, timeline, technologies needed, required operational capacities, competition,
resources, and other factors.
They can even narrow down the list of ideas to the most feasible ones and finalize
their proposed product.
Additionally, to firm up the proposal, the team should discuss how their solution can
support the fulfillment of the organization’s or stakeholders’ goals.
Pro tip: Welcome half-baked ideas. You don’t need to be a perfectionist when
ideating, at least, in the initial stages. You’ll be surprised how half-baked ideas can lead you to the best solution.
Step 3: Create a prototype and test it
Once the team has arrived at a feasible idea, they should create a prototype based
on the decided requirements, features, and solutions.
The project team must let the individuals in their sample group try and test the
completed prototype. This is so they can quickly determine whether the product truly
addressed the pain points shared by the group.
Testing it with the same group enables the team to document their feedback more
easily, which is essential to the next step.
Pro tip: Prototyping isn’t the end in and of itself, it is just the means. Don’t get so
caught up at building the perfect prototype. While you need to exercise caution and
vigilance, don’t be stuck in this phase longer than you should be.
Step 4: Gather and document feedback
During the prototype testing, the project team must gather and document the sample
group’s feedback about their experience, their reactions, and any other valuable
details, including what they think of the user interface.
The gathered feedback lets the project team initially verify the usability and feasibility
of the solution. It also informs the team of any needed improvements to the proposed products and gives significant insights for other relevant actions moving forward.
For the team’s quick reference to the collected responses, they can record the
feedback in their project management software.

Prototype: Use a cloud-based platform to obtain feedback. In that way, it’s easier for
your project team or even your sample group to participate and collaborate.
Step 5: Present POC for approval
With the concept tested and improved based on the feedback, the project team can
now prepare their presentation to the stakeholders.
They must present, among other things, the pain points that the product solves,
features that address those problems, and technologies integrated to demonstrate
the value of the idea.
They should elaborate on the product development and project management
components, which they should also note in their project tracker.
These include clearly defined success criteria or project management metrics,
evaluation measures, timelines, next project management plans (should it be
approved), resources needed, and other aspects discussed earlier.
Once the team successfully presents the idea and persuades the stakeholders to
approve and invest, they can begin to implement it.
Prototype:  Put more emphasis on the benefits that your product brings, instead of it's features.

Final words on POC
A POC helps businesses see if a proposed idea is practical and attractive for the
target market and achievable for the company.
Through the POC, project teams can explore the planned components and
functionalities of the ideated product, along with the costs, resources, and capacities required to make it work.

From these details, companies can better assess the readiness of the newly
developed solutions for adoption on a wider scale, approve of the idea, and decide to
invest in its implementation.        . Investigate technologies that will solve problems for your company. 
The purpose of adopting new technology in a workplace is to provide solutions to problems or inefficiencies. While some solutions are obvious, others require a little—or a lot—of investigation.

As problems arise, you'll naturally search for solutions. Make sure you cast a wide net and look into all possible solutions. Then, when you've identified the best technological solution, communicate this with your employees! Let them know that you’re considering a new technology, and make sure to lay it out for them how it will solve a problem.

This may seem obvious, but it is also important to ensure the technology you are potentially implementing will help solve the issues initially identified. One way to ensure this is to solicit input from key stakeholders. Involving stakeholders from all levels helps identify unexpected problems, find solutions and ultimately assist with the eventual transition.

Gaining insight from key stakeholders early on in the decision-making process has another advantage: you'll create ‘ambassadors’ for the new technology at all levels of the company by asking for their input. Explain to these employees the advantages and intended outcomes of the technology so they can support the effort to other employees later on.

2. Assemble an implementation team to champion the new technology once you've chosen it. 

Before the term "team" scares off all you small business owners, know that one person can suffice for an implementation "team" depending on the amount of work your new technology implementation will require. 

Why do you need an implementation team? Because the new technology's superiority over its competitors and strategic value mean little when it comes to its acceptance among employees. Many implementation efforts fail because someone underestimated the scope or importance of such preparation.

The first step in the implementation process is assembling a team to take on three crucial tasks:

1.    Making sure the project receives appropriate resources.

2.    Overseeing administrative details.

3.    Managing conflicting priorities.  

To do these three things, you'll need an internal "sponsor" for the new technology, a project manager, and an "integrator."

3. Run a pilot program to work out kinks and gain buy-in. 

The next step in the implementation process is to create a pilot program. This experiment will prove technical feasibility to top management as well as serving as a credible demonstration for other departments in the organization.

Along the way, you'll likely work out a few kinks, such as connecting the new technology to old ones and ironing out processes for completing tasks using the new tech. After the kinks have been resolved, you'll be confident when it comes time to scale up. 

Once the pilot program is complete, move onto the final implementation stages – focusing on installation, setup and training.

4. Train your employees to use the new tool.Prototype: Interview a sample group of customers to understand and verify their pain

points.
Step 2: Ideate the right solution
From the sample group’s answers, project managers can now start brainstorming
with their team for the right solutions to the customers’ pain points, keeping in mind.
The team should then assess each brainstormed solution according to the likely
costs, timeline, technologies needed.


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