Computing science student start-up creates smart jewelry with personal security at heart

May 25, 2018

Keeping safe never looked so good. At least, not since SFU student start-up NERO came on the scene. The fledgling company is developing a smart jewelry emergency alert platform that notifies authorities in the event its wearer finds themselves in danger.

The unique jewelry was conceived by NERO co-founder Georgiy Sekretaryuk, now a third-year computing science and mathematics student. The Surrey Board of Trade also recently named Sekretaryuk a Top 25 Under 25 winner for his innovation. He and fellow NERO team members hope to launch the product this summer.

Read more about NERO on SFU News.