Inside the cap is an embedded LED light which flashes orange when a user should be taking their drugs. If the cap is not removed within an hour, users will receive a phone call or text reminding them.
The embedded alarm also gradually gets louder after the one-hour mark.
Says Vitality (via LAT):
Each time the pill bottle is opened adherence data is recorded and securely relayed to Vitality over the AT&T wireless network. This daily adherence information is used to compile periodic progress reports that are sent to patients, caregivers and doctors, and family members.
The caps are available via Amazon and will cost $15 a month for the connectivity service plan via AT&T. Users can also wait and get their first GlowCap free if you wait for the rollout to brick-and-mortar pharmacies.
Check more here: http://www.vitality.net/
.....deer god to think a crazy conspiracy is true....this is scary