Four Johnson City High School students and the president of Dynamic Innovation Group seek to decrease the number of accidents associated with driving while distracted. The four Johnson City High school students developed the concept behind a smart phone application that would allow parents, and possibly employers, the ability to cut off all social media and texting capabilities of an individual’s cell phone when they are driving over 10 MPH. This concept raised the interest of Dynamic Innovation Group President Stephen Donnelly at the Greater Binghamton Interscholastic Challenge. Donnelly says he plans to back the development of the application, which he says could take 6 months and cost up to $100,000.