Diaper maker Pampers (prima) will soon launch smartphone-connected diapers.
The global diaper market is incredible-it is expected to be us $ 58.9 billion this year alone. The expectation by 2025 is 62 billion. Despite such a large market, there is little innovation in this area. These are clothing comfort and how much liquid it can lift. That is now expected to change. Because with the Lumi model, Pampers (Prima) makes nappies suitable for the internet age. The chip, which will be placed in the diaper, will record the baby's food and sleep patterns, as well as every toilet routine. Data collected from the high-tech cloth will be transferred to its application on smart telophones via the internet. Through this app, parents will be able to see data in the form of graphs and find out if the diaper is wet before the baby starts to get cranky, according to Pampers (Prima). The product is expected to debut in the first American market this year. Babies out of America need to be patient a little more and keep getting cranky if their bottoms need to be changed.