ADA Baby Monitor

An intelligent baby monitor. Made in DK.

ADA removes all unnecessary noise with the power of artificial intelligence, and gives you a better understanding of your baby’s sleeping patterns. It communicates with an app on your smartphone.
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Hi everyone. ADA uses deep learning to detect whether your baby actually needs attention, and sends an alert to your smartphone. It therefore doesn't alert you when your neighbors dog is barking or the wind is making a noise. We have been careful in designing the product and user experience, and we look forward to launching in 2021. Now, we take pre orders through crowdfunding to speed up production. Any questions about ADA?
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hate to break it to you guys but you are missing A LOT of tricks. An AI monitor should be able to track Heart Beats (see eulerian video magnification), estimate temperature and monitor breathing rate. I did this as my college project, so for pro-programmers, this is weak. There is even a library for classification of types of crying. What parents REALLY want is an alert if the baby stops breathing. Good luck, I think its easily a $billion dollar IPO.
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@c_mos Hi CMos, thanks for the comments. The chipset has a fair amount of sensors that we are not utilizing in firmware version 1.0 (IMU, air pollution, humidity, temperature, etc.), so theres ample opportunity to add "tricks" a long the way. Now, I don't know if you're a parent yourself, but speaking as one, heart stop is not really something you are worried about (except for the very beginning). What you REALLY want is to sit and read the news paper and not be interrupted by your crappy baby monitor system :-) Also, cool with the libraries, but it has to run on 64 MHz and 1MB flash RAM. Our sauce, besides the running deep learning on a MCU, is that it has to work flawlessly, have great UI/UX, and has to look good. Happy to hear your thoughts
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The website is not working. "curl: (35) error:14004438:SSL routines:CONNECT_CR_SRVR_HELLO:tlsv1 alert internal error"
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@levi1 still not working? works fine here
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