Now the name of Pampers has also been added to the list of wearable smart devices. The Pampers introduced a connected care system named Lumi. It has sensors that will monitor children's activities. These sensors will send notifications to the mobile when the diaper is wet. The app will also provide information about when the child has slept and how many times he has woke up. The app will also create a baby feeding chart. The app also explains how to use this smart diaper, although the company hasn't provided any information about its price yet.
For your information, the company has also introduced Internet Connected Basinats, Smart Night Lights and Pasthiers bottles that can track children's feeding. Researchers say Baby Monitor's market is expected to reach $2.5 billion by 2024. The company has also introduced an app that removes the voice of the parents. On the question of security and privacy, a spokesperson for The People's Procuratorate said the data is fully encrypted, though he also said that the company is not currently providing two-factor authentication facilities. However, Lumi is not the world's first tech diaper.
Google had earlier applied for a patent of a ready-made product to check excreta in 2016. Last year, the Korean company Monit partnered with Hageez for smart diaper sensors. From there, questions about privacy have also begun to arise. Experts believe that being a sensor can track children from childhood. Information about their style, weight, and size of the fabric can reach the market. Users will benefit greatly from this particular technology.
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