Raybaby is a compact device that provides live data on a child's health

Raybaby is a contactless device designed to help parents keep track of their child’s sleep and breathing. The baby monitor is supported by Johnson & Johnson and HAX as part of the Joint Consumer Health Device Program.

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The small device, which fits in the palm of your hand, can be placed on a tabletop or mounted wall. It utilizes ultra-wideband radar technology, operating at a distance while measuring the tiniest movements of a baby’s chest to infer respiration rate with 98% accuracy.

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An accompanying ‘Smart Journal’ app enables parents to track when their child is awake, sleepy or sleeping, and also receive tips and notifications on how to optimize their baby’s routine to help sleep training. The respiration tracker uses technology that works on the same principles as ultrasound, notifying you if the baby is running a fever, recognizing warning signs to send instant alerts, and observing variations that could be caused by respiratory illnesses like bronchitis or asthma. The sleep tracker tells you how much the baby has slept, how much they need to sleep, and sends alerts when they wake up or roll over.

Raybaby is equipped with an ultra low-lux video camera that enables live video streaming even in dim lights, along with built-in speakers and audio monitoring using a highly sensitive microphone. With these, it is able to create a picture and video collage of the baby’s precious moments.

The intuitive monitor adapts to babies using its AI platform. A powerful algorithm is behind the simple interface, keeping parents up-to-date with their baby’s REM requirements and offering recommendations about how to ensure their development can be optimized.

Raybaby

Raybaby is a contactless device designed to help parents keep track of their child’s sleep and breathing. The baby monitor is supported by Johnson & Johnson and HAX as part of the Joint Consumer Health Device Program.

The small device, which fits in the palm of your hand, can be placed on a tabletop or mounted wall. It utilizes ultra-wideband radar technology, operating at a distance while measuring the tiniest movements of a baby’s chest to infer respiration rate with 98% accuracy.