BubLuv Concept Aims to Reduce Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

BubLuv is a concept design by Michael Geedrick, a student of Queensland University of Technology, which is a monitoring device that can help parents to reduce the incidents on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS amongst infants. BubLuve monitors the children when they are sleeping and alerts the parents if any serious respiratory situation occurs. BubLuv is designed in a way that can measure carbon dioxide and oxygen concentrations of the child during the sleep cycles of the infants. Later on, this device interprets these data to find out the exact situation and relay to the parents through gentle glowing signals.

bubluv infant monitor

bubluv infant monitor

bubluv infant monitor

bubluv infant monitor

Designer : Michael Geedrick

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6 thoughts on “BubLuv Concept Aims to Reduce Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

  1. I would like to get more informations about this device. I live in germany and my business is healthcare. One part is SIDS- Monitoring and that´s why I´m very interested…. Is it possible to get more informations? Thanks a lot and greetings

  2. As the mother of a child who has both Central and Obstructive Sleep Apnea, I think that if it doesn't false alarm too much, it would be great. We have an apnea alarm, which only alerts us to Central apneas. We also have a sats monitor, but my daughter kicks this off causing alarms. The idea of going around the ankle is great. What age would it fit until? My girl is 18 months old.

      • This is a great product idea. I see that there is a similar product coming out called Owlet, which will start shiping next month. Will your product ever go into production. I have done research on SIDS, and this product will definitely save lives.

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