A baby monitor in a button
Monbaby is a wearable sleep sensor for babies that can be attached anywhere. It sends baby movements to parents smartphone in the form of dashboard of risk factors. Parents have an option of setting up real-time alerts based on the risk factors.
It is designed primarily to alleviate parents anxiety about their babies and especially about SIDS, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Now, there is finally a way to get the peace of mind to make sure your beloved one is in good condition all the time! No more waking up multiple times at the middle of the night to check your baby’s body temperature when they are sick; no more struggles with the baby to do any measurement. With Monbaby, all the measurement can be done at ease with no fuss and no effort.
The links to Monbaby web-charts, where you could record and view historical graphs of signal registered by MonBaby sensors.
The last 4 digits of the url correspond to a Monbaby application ID, usually 4 digits of your phone number.
Monbaby – Movement and orientation monitoring
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Measurements of BLE signal strength (RSSI) dependency on the range indoors Introduction There is not much results of Bluetooth Low Energy range measurements to be found on the web. The primary reason is that it’s hard to control for environment, wall and floor materials. That being said, the numerous use cases for Bluetooth LE, from now on BLE, exactly in that type of environment, indoors. We, at Mondevices, decided to fill that gap. Description of Setup We took various BLE devices that transmit packets about 10 times per...read more
Karen Lightman, Executive Director of MIG wrote a blog about the MonBaby technology-showcase at MIG Congress. Here is a picture of Eugene, our COO with...read more
Mondevices went to MEMS Industry Group as a Technology Showcase finalist! The results will be announced in a few days, we are holding our fingers crossed. We got a bunch of references in press for that: Memscongress Reuters Marketwatch Here is a snippet: “MEMS Industry Group (MIG)’s annual MEMS & Sensors Technology Showcase atMEMS Executive Congress® US 2015 (November 4-6, 2015 in Napa, CA) highlights some of the newest and most compelling MEMS/sensors-based applications and technologies on the market. MIG today announced the...read more
Mondevices demoed the MonBaby Smart Button monitor at the 2015 ABC Kids Expo in Las Vegas! Our team was on the ground at booth #2236 now through October 21. ABC Kids is one of the nation’s largest expos for baby and children’s products. We’re excited to connect with journalists and retailers, and also to see some of the other wonderful new additions to the children’s products industry. Check out the expo twitter...read more
Dear Backers/Customers, Thank you for your patience and sticking with us all the way. We have great news for you – today we have started shipping to our first customers and backers! Here are pictures of the 1st batch ready for shipping. You should be receiving your MonBaby Smart Button in about 5 business days or so. Now, some very important notes. Before using your MonBaby Smart Button, please download the latest versions of our application that are now available...read more
MonBaby electronics, which was manufactured last week by PNC, has arrived! And here is the first view of PCB’s (Printed Circuit Boards), which are brains of the future MonBabies:read more
We have finalized a new enclosure and snap design. Note that this is a 3D printed prototype made of a transparent plastic. The real plastic is going to be white, blue or pink. The picture is attached belowread more
Last Friday December 5th, Mondevices were invited on an ABC Good Morning America show with Barbara Corcoran from Shark Tank show. We were selected to be one of 15 inventions to have a chance to pitch to Barbara. She chose a waffle maker who will have a one-on-one time with her, but Mondevices got very kind words from her and from the audience. Audience loved our product and was very encouraging. The whole episode had a Christmas theme and people were very cheerful and supportive. This was the first time I was inside the studio and saw all...read more