to report TechCrunch From CES Las Vegas, baby sleep experts Halo unveiled a wearable for babies that can instantly measure four metrics: heart rate, rolling over, skin temperature and movement. Manufacturers hope that by accessing this information, parents can easily work or rest while their baby is resting.
Halo claims the SleepSure device is the first smart monitor that allows parents to customize alerts to receive useful information throughout their child’s development. Combined with SleepSure’s sleep data records, these alerts provide valuable insights for parents or nurses to adapt to the baby’s environment and achieve optimal sleep. According to Halo CEO Doug Gillespie: