Anita Fevang

Anita is Babysensor's "Mom"

«BabySensor Is my little baby, which I have developed to provide calmer and simpler days for parents who have newborn or smaller children in the house. "

Anita Fevang has four children, and that should be enough to keep her in full swing. But it is BabySensor which takes most of the time to Anita. She is engaged entrepreneur and fiery concerned that technology will make busy weekdays better. 

- mobile is with us everywhere, and for me it was a matter of course that BabySensor Had to have a simple app that shows that the little one is doing well, Anita explains.

 4G cover provides full flex

Easy access to safe answers - it is the basic idea of ​​Babysenor, an intelligent baby call with innovative sensor technology. 

The sensor measures heart rate, oxygen saturation and skin and room temperature. The small sensor is attached to a comfortable bracelet in eco-tex material. The bracelet has a Velcro, which fits on the wrist of the small or ankle. Data from the measurements are sent via WiFi or 4G to the app. 

Anita's idea has received support for development from, among others, the Research Council and Innovation Norway, and the advanced technology arouses great interest in health professionals.

Anita Fevang

BabySensor Developed in close collaboration with hospitals and health professionals.

 - It has been very important for us to work closely with professionals in both health and technology. BabySensor Must be the best and simplest product on the market, says Anita.

When Anita started the development of BabySensor Over five years ago, she had lots of self -experience with her. Still, she was curious about how other parents experienced the toddler time. Anita has deepened into conversations with a lot of moms and dads, to find out where "the shoe presses".

- Many people are uncertain whether the smallest are too cold or warm when sleeping in the carriage or in the bedroom. Therefore, we wanted the sensor to measure both the temperature of the skin and the environment and show the measurements directly in the app.

In addition, measurements of heart rate and oxygen saturation are important and good indicators of the health. A simple overview creates tranquility and profits, and precisely the profits are so important for the whole family to feel good, Anita believes.

BabySensor Must be easiest to use, but the technology behind is advanced. Anita wanted the baby call to be used everywhere, and then had to BabySensor Connect to 4G. 

- Then parents do not have to think about whether it is WiFi available when on the go, Anita explains.

 BabySensor-The design is both practical and lovely to look at.

The founder has also been concerned with the design of both the base station and the bracelet with the sensor.

The base station is designed in Norway. It is small and delicate, with a practical hem with push button. Easy to hang on the carriage, bed or elsewhere near the child.

The bracelet is made of eco-tex, which is gentle on the skin. The sensor itself sits on the soft bracelet. Young children often "explore" the world with their mouths, which is why the size of the sensor is important. It is small enough not to disturb the small one, but too big to block airways.

 Parents get more calm with BabySensor, and the feedback is superfine.

 - There have been several sleepless nights with BabySensor Than with my kids, Anita smiles.

- But I'm really proud of my "baby". It has been insanely tiring to develop a brand new and innovative baby call, but when we get super -nice feedback from satisfied parents - yes, then I can also relax a bit. It is also very fun that this is a hundred percent Norwegian -developed product, which can contribute to simpler days and nights for parents all over the world.

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