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Jeff Smith 2019-01-08
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Nanit introduced Breathing Wear, two styles of baby wearables with work with Nanit’s overhead crib monitor, at CES 2019.

The Nanit Plus smart HD baby camera tracks a baby’s breathing and sleep movement and patterns.

The camera’s sensors analyze motion on a pixel level from a bird’s-eye view.

The camera works with babies wearing conventional clothing and wraps, but Breathing Wear takes Nanit’s motion analysis to the next level.

Breathing Wear is available in two styles, Breathing Band and Nanit Swaddle.

Both styles have shapes printed on the fabric in sizes, colors, and inks the company says were “scientifically engineered to be read by the Nanit camera from any angle.”

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Brendon Dwelle 2018-01-16
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Even infants are now reaping the benefits of technology, as a number of big names in the industry (including executives from Diapers.com and Philips Medical) joined forces in 2016 to create Nanit, the first-ever camera that measures sleep behavior and patterns.

And now, 18 months later, this 21st-century baby monitor has become even more tech savvy with the introduction of Sleep TipsTM, which provides parents with coaching tips to help their baby get a better night’s rest, and an Amazon Alexa integration.

“By analyzing a baby’s sleep cycle and delivering actionable insights specific to your baby’s age, sleep behavior, and visit patterns, Nanit is the only monitor that puts Baby’s sleep development in your hands,” said Nanit’s co-founder & CEO, Assaf Glazer.

“We [were] thrilled to introduce these innovative new features at CES and look forward to continuing to help parents around the world improve their baby’s sleep and the overall sleep of the family.”

Nanit uses machine learning to provide sleep insights, including comprehensive sleep reports that promise to measure a baby’s behavior as she sleeps, all without the need for any sort of wearable component.

It’s all thanks to the high-tech camera itself, which Nanit says has been “uniquely designed to track and analyze baby sleep patterns using smart algorithms.” The camera’s computer vision technology helps create benchmarks, count sleep interruptions, and contextualize milestones in individual sleep environments.

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Lawrence Bowman 2016-06-16
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Although there are a slew of existing smart baby monitoring wearables that also provide sleep insights, many new parents are wary of attaching devices and technology to their young ones or their clothing.

Nanit, however, features an HD night vision camera and motion sensor on a shower head-like stand that gives you a birds-eye perspective over your baby's crib.

Co-founded by Dr Assaf Glazer, Tor Ivry and Andrew Berman, the company describes itself as the "Tesla of baby monitors".

"That's what sparked my idea to apply my experience building intelligent cameras to my struggles at home and create the first baby monitor that can help parents truly connect with and understand their kids.

We've added in all of the features that parents like ourselves would want, and we've found that by helping our babies sleep better, we sleep better too."

The smart baby monitor is now available for pre-order for $279 and will bump up to $349 when it ships in September.

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Jeanette Perea 2016-06-15
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This is a product aimed at easing parents anxiety about how their baby is doing — allowing parents and infants to sleep more soundly at night.New York-based Nanit has built a smart camera called Nanit that hangs over the baby s crib.

That kind of information can provide better peace of mind and better sleep for the entire family.On the strength of that idea, Nanit has raised $6.6 million in funding from Mark Suster at Upfront Ventures, with participation from RRE, 645 Ventures, Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute, Flextronics, and Jerry Yang s AME Cloud Ventures.Both babies and parents need more sleep.

That s what sparked my idea to apply my experience building intelligent cameras to my struggles at home and create the first baby monitor that can help parents truly connect with and understand their kids.

The company says the camera goes beyond mere baby surveillance by creating benchmarks, counting sleep interruptions, and contextualizing milestones in individual sleep environments to show everyone involved in baby s care not just whether the baby is sleeping, but how well.Nanit calculates sleep quality scores on a daily and nightly basis.

Parents can share the details of their child s activity with other family members or caregivers.Nanit has been beta-tested by a group of thirty families for the last six months.The company was cofounded by Assaf Glazer, Tor Ivry, and Andrew Berman.

Prior to Nanit, Ivry held senior positions at Philips and Applied Materials, where he and Glazer were colleagues, and Berman worked as an investor at Norwest Venture Partners.The Nanit camera will sell for $350, but for a limited time it s available for $280.

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Jeff Smith 2019-01-08
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Nanit introduced Breathing Wear, two styles of baby wearables with work with Nanit’s overhead crib monitor, at CES 2019.

The Nanit Plus smart HD baby camera tracks a baby’s breathing and sleep movement and patterns.

The camera’s sensors analyze motion on a pixel level from a bird’s-eye view.

The camera works with babies wearing conventional clothing and wraps, but Breathing Wear takes Nanit’s motion analysis to the next level.

Breathing Wear is available in two styles, Breathing Band and Nanit Swaddle.

Both styles have shapes printed on the fabric in sizes, colors, and inks the company says were “scientifically engineered to be read by the Nanit camera from any angle.”

Lawrence Bowman 2016-06-16
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Although there are a slew of existing smart baby monitoring wearables that also provide sleep insights, many new parents are wary of attaching devices and technology to their young ones or their clothing.

Nanit, however, features an HD night vision camera and motion sensor on a shower head-like stand that gives you a birds-eye perspective over your baby's crib.

Co-founded by Dr Assaf Glazer, Tor Ivry and Andrew Berman, the company describes itself as the "Tesla of baby monitors".

"That's what sparked my idea to apply my experience building intelligent cameras to my struggles at home and create the first baby monitor that can help parents truly connect with and understand their kids.

We've added in all of the features that parents like ourselves would want, and we've found that by helping our babies sleep better, we sleep better too."

The smart baby monitor is now available for pre-order for $279 and will bump up to $349 when it ships in September.

Brendon Dwelle 2018-01-16
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Even infants are now reaping the benefits of technology, as a number of big names in the industry (including executives from Diapers.com and Philips Medical) joined forces in 2016 to create Nanit, the first-ever camera that measures sleep behavior and patterns.

And now, 18 months later, this 21st-century baby monitor has become even more tech savvy with the introduction of Sleep TipsTM, which provides parents with coaching tips to help their baby get a better night’s rest, and an Amazon Alexa integration.

“By analyzing a baby’s sleep cycle and delivering actionable insights specific to your baby’s age, sleep behavior, and visit patterns, Nanit is the only monitor that puts Baby’s sleep development in your hands,” said Nanit’s co-founder & CEO, Assaf Glazer.

“We [were] thrilled to introduce these innovative new features at CES and look forward to continuing to help parents around the world improve their baby’s sleep and the overall sleep of the family.”

Nanit uses machine learning to provide sleep insights, including comprehensive sleep reports that promise to measure a baby’s behavior as she sleeps, all without the need for any sort of wearable component.

It’s all thanks to the high-tech camera itself, which Nanit says has been “uniquely designed to track and analyze baby sleep patterns using smart algorithms.” The camera’s computer vision technology helps create benchmarks, count sleep interruptions, and contextualize milestones in individual sleep environments.

Jeanette Perea 2016-06-15
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This is a product aimed at easing parents anxiety about how their baby is doing — allowing parents and infants to sleep more soundly at night.New York-based Nanit has built a smart camera called Nanit that hangs over the baby s crib.

That kind of information can provide better peace of mind and better sleep for the entire family.On the strength of that idea, Nanit has raised $6.6 million in funding from Mark Suster at Upfront Ventures, with participation from RRE, 645 Ventures, Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute, Flextronics, and Jerry Yang s AME Cloud Ventures.Both babies and parents need more sleep.

That s what sparked my idea to apply my experience building intelligent cameras to my struggles at home and create the first baby monitor that can help parents truly connect with and understand their kids.

The company says the camera goes beyond mere baby surveillance by creating benchmarks, counting sleep interruptions, and contextualizing milestones in individual sleep environments to show everyone involved in baby s care not just whether the baby is sleeping, but how well.Nanit calculates sleep quality scores on a daily and nightly basis.

Parents can share the details of their child s activity with other family members or caregivers.Nanit has been beta-tested by a group of thirty families for the last six months.The company was cofounded by Assaf Glazer, Tor Ivry, and Andrew Berman.

Prior to Nanit, Ivry held senior positions at Philips and Applied Materials, where he and Glazer were colleagues, and Berman worked as an investor at Norwest Venture Partners.The Nanit camera will sell for $350, but for a limited time it s available for $280.