TempTraq is a Wearable, Wireless Thermometer Coming Out of CES 2015

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jan 6, 2015
References: temptraq & damngeeky
Launched at this year's CES 2015, TempTraq is helping to make wearable technology more accessible and practical for use by parents. The wearable, wireless thermometer takes the form of a non-invasive patch that can be placed on infants and children in order to accurately and remotely monitor body temperature for 24 hours. The patch itself is made from a soft latex-free material that is as easy to apply as it is to remove.

The TempTraq patch is used alongside an Android or Apple app, which delivers updates on a child's well-being to a caregiver's mobile device. To make changes as noticeable as possible, the smart thermometer also uses a color coded system to indicate the severity of a child's fever.