Wireless Infant Monitoring Device for the prevention of sudden infant death syndrome

  title={Wireless Infant Monitoring Device for the prevention of sudden infant death syndrome},
  author={Wei Lin and Ruikai Zhang and John Brittelli and Craig A Lehmann},
  journal={2014 11th International Conference & Expo on Emerging Technologies for a Smarter World (CEWIT)},
A wireless Infant Monitoring Device has been developed as a preventive measure against sudden infant death syndrome. It measures the sleep position, respiratory rate and body temperature of an infant as well as its surrounding carbon monoxide concentration. Those data are considered as the risk factors of the sudden infant death syndrome. They are analyzed on board and results are transmitted to a remote server via Wi-Fi. Alarms will be triggered if any of the monitored parameters is beyond the… CONTINUE READING
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