Cocoon Cam Awarded Prestigious "Seal of Approval" by the National Parenting Center

MENLO PARK, Calif., May 24, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Cocoon Cam, the world's first intelligent baby breathing video monitor, today announced that it has been awarded the prestigious "Seal of Approval" by the National Parenting Center. This award is highly coveted and recognizes the finest products and services being marketed to the parent/child audience.

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The National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval program is an independent testing procedure conducted over an eight-week period. TNPC gives parents, children and educators the opportunity to examine a variety of submitted products. In this case, the testers used Cocoon Cam to check on their own infants while asleep in their cribs. The overwhelmingly positive reactions from parents led to Cocoon Cam being granted the prestigious Seal of Approval during the Spring 2017 assessment.

Cocoon Cam lets parents view their baby at any time, day or night, through a smartphone application (iOS and Android) that provides real time smart alerts when the baby's breathing is irregular. In addition, there is 2-way audio to listen and talk to the baby from anywhere. Unlike other baby health tracking technologies, Cocoon Cam is completely passive and does not require any mattress pad, wearable electronics or pinging the baby with radar or sonar signals. Cocoon Cam works with powerful artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms using cloud computing. Cocoon Cam keeps evolving through software upgrades with additional features due to be released in the future.

Order Cocoon Cam online today for the perfect baby shower or baby homecoming gift. Reviews are available on Amazon.com and at the company's website: www.cocooncam.com.

 
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ABOUT COCOON CAM

Cocoon Cam is a Silicon Valley-based technology company using computer vision for remote health monitoring. The company’s first product is a category-defining baby monitor that detects a baby’s vitals purely by passively collecting a video feed from the baby monitor and analyzing the data in the cloud. Parents gain instant access, via their mobile devices, to longitudinal data and real-time alerts for metrics such as breathing, temperature fluctuations, heart rate and movement. Unlike competing technologies in the baby monitoring space, Cocoon Cam is completely non-invasive and requires no connected wires or wearables. Cocoon Cam has received the ‘Seal of Approval’ of the National Parenting Center, an R&D grant from the National Science Foundation and completed has completed IRB-approved research validation studies at UC San Diego and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford.