Four New Baby Gadgets for Parents Presented at CES 2020

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CES is where all the big tech companies come to premiere their latest innovations and products. This year the conference focused on renewable energy, with many firms showcasing eco-friendly products that recycle water, cut down on home energy use, and revolutionize air conditioning. However, green products were not the only things presented at the conferences this year. There were many gadgets that were made to help parents keep track of their babies and their health. Below are four new gadgets that were shown at CES.

Honoree’s Cubo AI

A smart baby monitor, the Cubo AI was designed by Honoree to bring peace of mind to parents. It is the only monitor on the market that comes with a warning system that helps parents protect their babies. There are settings like the “covered face” and “rollover” alerts as well as something called the “danger zone” alert. The Cubo has patented AI photo-capturing technology that will automatically snap a photo when the baby is moving or smiling.

This technology helps parents to never miss a moment when they are out of the room. It comes with 1080p HD night vision, cry detection, and an 18-hour playback. The Cubo has three stands for when your baby becomes a toddler. The Cubo AI was created by pediatricians and parents in tech to act as a baby safety monitor, a personal photographer, and a digital scrapbook.

Honoree’s mamaRoo Sleep Bassinet

The Sleep Bassinet by Honoree is a new sleep solution that integrates proven motions of the 4moms mamaRoo infant set which, according to Honoree, has helped calm and soothe over a million babies. The bassinet features five unique motions including a car ride, wave, a kangaroo-like bounce, a tree-swing, and a rocking. It also has vibration and five speed options and includes four built-in white noises such as rain, the ocean, and a fan.

Not only does it allow parents to easily control these functions through the app, it includes a timer that can be used to help establish a bedtime routine. They have made the transition from womb to home easier with the introduction of the constant proprietary motion that is familiar and comforting to newborns, which helps them fall and stay asleep.

Nanit Sleeping Bag

Nanit is another baby monitoring company that has introduced a new wearable called the Sleeping Bad. A fabric wearable, this was designed to help monitor an infant’s breathing. This product is meant to be used with the company’s Nanit Plus nursery camera that can read the distinctive patterns on the infant’s sleeping bag and monitor their breathing in real time according to the website MoneyPug, a UK platform used to compare mobile phones.

Nanit Complete Baby Monitoring System

The Baby Monitoring System is offering includes everything you need to monitor your body, their sleep, and their breathing motion. The HD camera that comes with Nanit’s products uses computer vision technology and a bird’s-eye view to give you the ability to see everything that happens in their crib. Providing peace of mind, the camera has an advanced sensor to see down to the pixel and help parents track their baby’s sleep patterns.

The Breathing Wear allows parents to monitor their baby’s breathing motion without putting anything on their skin. The fabric of the Nanit Swaddle and Breathing Band were scientifically engineered to be read on the camera from any angle. That way you can see the baby’s breathing motion from the app. It also has a stand a multi-stand set up, which gives parents with an image of their baby sleeping.

If you’re a parent, there are a lot of new technologies that can help you monitor your baby. When you are out of the room, you can see how your baby is doing and even track their heart rate with an app. Your baby’s sleeping patterns are also available in the application. Not only can you track your child’s sleep, you can use technology to help their baby get to sleep and stay asleep throughout the night. This year’s CES offered a lot of tech gadgets to help parents have the peace of mind they need to leave the room whether the baby is sleeping or not.