Posted By Simon Montford on Nov 10, 2014
In addition to the Tempo, Blue Maestro has also created a Bluetooth pacifier called Pacifi, which not only monitors body temperature but also features a proximity sensor that will alert parents when the device strays out of range. The Pacifi app can also be used to find the Pacifi in the event that it has been lost or intentionally hidden by mischievous toddlers. Parents can also record when medication was administered, set-up reminder alerts, and share data with carers and medical professionals. Pacifi will be available in Autumn 2014 and will retail for approximately £30 ($47) where applicable.
Other products by Blue Maestro under development include multi-sensor tags, a connected weight scale, and a weather station that will be able to measure rainfall, humidity, temperature and air pressure.
The Tempo is a water and weather resistant 'environment monitor' that can measure temperatures that range between -13F (-25C) and 167F (+75C). This smart home gadget costing £45 ($65) is available to purchase from Blue Maestro. One of the more obvious applications for Tempo is keeping tabs on new born babies so that if room temperature rises above or below a certain threshold, an alert is triggered.
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