UniFa has been a leading babytech startup in Japan since 2013, with more than 4000 child care centres using its IoT products and services. At IFA NEXT, the J-startup is showcasing the LookMee Nap Check, which it claims is the world’s first IoT system dedicated to afternoon sleep checking in childcare centres. In order to detect any problems that may a rise as a baby sleeps, such as unwanted on-stomach sleeping or a concerning lack of movement leading to SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), an alert is sent via an app to a smartphone or tablet. The product seamlessly integrates with other UniFa healthcare products such as the LookMee Thermometer, an IoT thermometer system that allows users to measure and monitor babies’ and children’s body temperature in seconds.

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