Baby wearable gauges development, suggests interactions

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ApplySci predicts significant growth in the use of wearables for babies, toddlers, and  pregnant moms.  The Smilables system combines a baby-worn ankle bracelet with an app for parents that suggests structured interactions.

The baby is monitored in real-time to identify the times that he/she would be most receptive to interventions.  Caregivers are alerted throughout the day.    The lesson modules are customized by age. The baby’s progress against childhood development standards are monitored and benchmarked.

The company, founded by former NeuroFocus (Nielsen Neuroscience) head A.K. Pradeep, has not yet unveiled details of its technology or child development benchmarks.


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