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Monitor your baby's physical state with wearable electronics
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Oct '10
Exmovere Holdings is all set to fabricate garments with electronic sensors integrated in it, to monitor physical indicators like heart beat and respiration. These garments along with a software that allows distant monitoring of a baby's physical and emotional state would be made available to the prospective distributors at the start of next year.

The company plans to dispatch the kits with three garments, a transceiver and software to experts in January. These experts will then test these electronic garments on target groups and provide feedbacks to the company, so that it can make necessary changes to the product before final launch.

The product named Exmobaby is likely to hit the markets during Christmas next year.

The technology contains washable garments equipped with conductive fibres, a detachable transceiver capacitated to pass on the information to a home computer, and software that processes the information and presents a record of the child's physical states.

The software helps the parents keep a track of their baby's physical status and moods at any point of time, like hunger or exhaustion and the software also helps to predict the kid's behaviour in future.

Doing this affords parents an opportunity to focus on physical states like heart beat, body temperature and such other biological details, and learn about the moods of their child. The software when inserted with information, decodes the same based on previous data to reveal the baby's mood, i.e. if it is hungry, tired, happy or frustrated, etc.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India

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