Copyright 2011 Infant Stimulations Systems, Inc.
Infant Stimulation Systems ("ISS") is a non-profit research entity organized for
charitable scientific purposes presently gearing to employ a novel device, the
Benign Infant Stimulator ("BIS") to help infants achieve normal development during
their first year. A purely incidental outcome to proper developmental sleep happens
to be avoidance of the most common causation of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
The Benign Infant Stimulator is the central research instrument of ISS's purpose to
improve human infant outcomes by the support of optimized developmental sleep
and significantly improved parental infant monitoring.
We are a growing team now over 14 persons developing the BIS. We are now remotely collecting and networking
through one of the world's most powerful server systems, and beginning to analyze our first real-time infant data.
BIS is a novel method by which most any infant can now be monitored in the home under a ongoing
medically-supervised research program. The BIS device will be built in the USA...possibly even in California if the
state can be smart and friendly to a new manufacturer and the fine people who want the chance to make it.
Our program is a long-term study of what we anticipate will be a fast-growing largest-ever infant developmental
database spanning a broadly representative range of infants and in-home conditions. It appears that BIS can be
released 2013 to our first customers.
After the first owner's use of the device for about one year of the key developmental phase of infancy, we
encourage the donation-back of those newer devices so each can complete its 2+ year's expected life serving
infants of less economically fortunate famlies.
Sincerely, Mark Shinnick, RRT-NPS, Product Developer
Infant Stimulation Systems, Inc.
A Califonia Non-Profit Research corporation.