It's a wristworn activity tracker for a baby. This past summer, various wearable baby trackers were announced or launched, yet none of the ones that MobiHealthNews wrote about were for the wrist -- a common place for adult activity trackers. Baby's Fairy looks out for highs and lows in temperature and heart rate and alerts the parents' home base if any of these warning signs arise. The device will also warn parents of low battery or lost connectivity. The home base is a portable box that has constant readings of what the baby's vitals are. The frequency module on the device is FCC certified and baby-safe.
Estimated shipping dates for the device begin in December 2013.