On May 4th, the reporter learned in Chengdu High-tech Zone that a product named “Fanmi Small Cardamom Artifact” was developed by the park enterprise. For the first time, the space ion sensing technology was applied to smart Baby diaper
s, which enabled the baby to urinate. Accurate quantitative detection and analysis.
Founded in 2010, Chengdu Fanmi Technology, which develops this product, is composed of a team of entrepreneurial students from the University of Electronic Science and Technology. Founder Li Zhuodong said that the team had previously engaged in the field of medical testing equipment, and accumulated a number of core patent technologies in the fields of detecting hydrocephalus and ascites.
“Currently, intelligent baby Diaper
s that can judge the dryness and wetness of diaper
s are becoming more and more choices for young parents, but the traditio
nal method of 'humidity + temperature' is susceptible to enviro
nmental changes and baby movements, resulting in inaccurate detection.” Li Zhuodong Said that for the above-mentio
ned industry "pain point", o
nly the size of the button battery, attached to the outside of the diaper "Fanmi small cardamom artifact" products, the first built-in spacer ion sensor, by measuring the selec
ted ion co
ncentration in the aqueous sample, to achieve baby urination Precise mastery of the situation. "It can detect the baby's data by analyzing and analyzing the baby's next time, helping the baby to develop a habit of self-depression."
In order to transfer the test results to the mobile phone from time to time, the team also developed a special mobile phone software to remind parents to change the diaper in time according to the baby's urine output. "For the convenience of parents, it also has a Bluetooth directional transmission technology up to 50 meters, which not only greatly extends the transmission distance for parents to use, but also isolates the radiation effects that Bluetooth transmission may have on infants."
At present, the equipment has obtained 4 invention patents. The Fanmi Technology team is planning to implement a comprehensive inspection of other infant waste through ion sensing technology in the future.