The 'Bumpe' is designed with new moms in mind to help them keep an eye on their progress to ensure that they never feel unsure about what's going on. The device works by being placed on the abdomen and continuously tracking outside of a hospital space. This makes it possible for mothers-to-be to feel far more connected to their child and more assured that they are on track if they are unsure about how much movement they should feel, what the baby's heart beat is and more.
The 'Bumpe' is the design work of Agata Gus and is also capable of being used after birth to gather data on how an infant is sleeping and breathing. This comes as a response to the growing number of women looking for technological solutions for tracking during pregnancy.
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The 'Bumpe' Keeps an Eye on Infant Health in the Womb
- By: Michael HemsworthOct 12, 2017