A new wave of young and millennial parents are now adopting smart technology for their infants. This new advancement in parenting has turned nurseries into connected data centres. There are products including digital nannies, smart clothing and more for the well-being of babies dedicated to modern parents.
In an attempt to digitise baby monitoring, Pampers, a brand belonging to Procter & Gamble has come up with a new smart sensor that can be attached to baby’s diaper. It is an initiative by Verily owned by Google’s parent company Alphabet. The product uses sensors, software and video surveillance to monitor babies.