SkyTeam Cocoon Cam in TIME Magazine

SkyTeam Cocoon Cam in TIME Magazine

SkyTeam Cocoon Cam was highlighted in TIME magazine for its respiration-tracking feature for babies.

The magazine article discussed the current popularity of tracking gadgets and their numerous uses. People are now able to track the number of steps they take, their sleep patterns, their food intake, and even their mood. The transition from tracking adults to tracking babies was also noted: the next generation will be the first generation to be tracked from birth.

Cocoon Cam’s baby wellness camera was created to monitor babies by measuring heart rate, respiration and skin temperature from a distance. It is notable for its ability to detect these measurements without being attached to the baby. Cocoon Cam can learn more about your child as it begins to understand the child’s patterns; therefore, the longer the camera is in use, the better it works.

Access more about SkyTeam Cocoon Cam’s features in the TIME Magazine article.