Get Instant alerts on your mobile phone when your baby's diaper is wet or soiled
MIAMI: Nappy Telematics Incorporated introduces WeKno with Real-Time Diaper Knowledge. The world first way for parent to know - in real time - if their baby's diaper is wet or soiled and needs to be changed - directly on their mobile phone.
Ability to check a diaper remotely while an infant is in a crib, stroller, car seat or just playing from our mobile App.
Ability to set and receive real-time alerts, audible and/or vibratory on your phone to ensure proper changes to reduce irritation and diaper rash - as soon as diaper is wet or soiled.
The WeKno Reader can be set to vibrate and/or ring in case your phone is not nearby.
WeKno consists of disposable, flexible, moisture sensing stickers that are placed on the outside of any diaper - cloth or disposable at the time of changing. The WeKno Reader connects to a mobile phone via Bluetooth from the WeKno App and is placed within 1 meter of a diaper. From the App check a diaper remotely with the push of a button or set up auto alerts, audible or vibratory, directly to your phone when a diaper needs to be changed.
Diaper rash also called: irritant diaper dermatitis effects 3 million baby's in the US and an estimated 10 million baby's worldwide every year. The undisputed method to reducing chaffing, delicate skin irritation and diaper rash is changing a wet or soiled diaper as soon as possible.
WeKno is the worlds first real-time tool to help parents reduce their infants diaper rash and skin irritation caused by the acid in urine and feces. Using its Real-Time Wetness Indicator disposable stickers, WeKno Reader and mobile phone app to provide diaper wetness and soiled instant alerts to Apple and Android devices.
Nappy Telematics Incorporated, the developer of the WeKno, is a Miami based technology startup focused on the novel use of sensors to solve everyday problems. Their current work includes WeKno and WeKno Senior a revolutionary incontinent management solution for senior living locations and healthcare facilities.