The Owlet baby monitor keeps parents connected by measuring infant vitals by using a bootie and mobile app. The monitor sends heart rate, oxygen levels, body temperature, sleep quality and roll over alerts to the parent's smartphone.
The Salt Lake City-based baby care company created the world's first 'smart sock' for babies, in an effort to make parenting easier. Founder and CEO Kurt Workman explains, "Every parent knows what it’s like to lay in bed and stress about whether your child is breathing."
The infant vitals tracker gives you peace of mind and alerts you of your child's well-being not just when they are sleeping, but also when you are away. For first time parents feeling nervous about leaving their baby behind with a sitter, the remote access will help put them at ease.
Parents Stay Informed on Infant Vitals with this Owlet Baby Care Monitor
Alyson Wyers — September 1, 2013 — Tech