IoT Device Wants to Optimize Your Baby’s Schedule

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The BETO Sleep Coach is an IoT device and companion app that uses AI to deliver insights such as when to feed a baby, and when is best for naptime.

Pediatricians and nutritionists agree that adequate rest is essential for a baby’s development. Just like for adults, good sleep means a healthy brain, strong body and reduced risk of obesity. The first 1,000 days of a baby’s life are the most critical.

Unfortunately for parents, the first years of their child’s life are often the most hectic. It’s not uncommon for even the best parents to struggle with fatigue, anxiety and difficulty keeping a regular schedule. The BETO Sleep Coach thinks artificial intelligence and the IoT can help. It’s a portable and wall-mounted device that records a baby’s daily routines such as naps, meal times, diaper changes, and baths. This data is sent to a remote service to undergo through analytics, which then provide insights to parents on how to optimize their baby’s sleep.

Beta testers of BETO Sleep Coach had this to say about the device’s benefits, according to a press release:

“BETO Sleep Coach provides a way easier input method than other nursery application so that anyone can use it without difficulties, including those who are not familiar with mobile application such as grandparents and nannies from other countries,” says Mrs. Hyejung Yu, who used BETO Sleep Coach with her one-year-old daughter. “As a working mother, I enjoy getting updates about my baby’s day automatically through the BETO Sleep Coach mobile app without having to make a phone call or send a text to my babysitter.”

In July, BETOKOREA will be exhibiting at CBME China in Shanghai. The company will then bring its innovative technology stateside for the ABC Kids Expo in Las Vegas.

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