Cubo AI Smart Baby Monitor Wins CES 2020 Innovation Award

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Co-created by tech parents and a pediatrician, this baby monitor uses AI Technology to proactively detect and alert parents if their baby’s face is covered.

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Cubo AI brings together cutting-edge technologies (IoT, Smart Homes, AI, and Big Data) to build smarter and easier solutions that protect the well-being of families everywhere. Our goal is to help every parent in the world find peace of mind and joy in their parenting journey.

Cubo AI, a smart baby monitor with artificial intelligence that safeguards babies and toddlers, has been recognized by the 2020 CES Innovation Awards for its baby safety features including its design detecting and alerting parents if their little one’s face is covered so that parents can step in to help.

When co-founder Joanna Lin discovered her newborn’s face accidentally covered, she couldn’t sleep for months. “After six cycles of IVF, holding my first child was an incredible moment in my life. We as mothers, parents, want nothing more than to keep our children safe,” said Lin. “We knew this worry of keeping your baby safe was a universal pain point for parents everywhere, so we wanted to create not just a regular baby monitor, but one that could send proactive alerts to help bring peace of mind to parents like myself.”

Cubo AI was co-created with a pediatrician with over 15 years of experience and various experts in artificial intelligence. The baby monitor provides parents peace of mind and their children a better safeguard against potential danger. From the camera’s unique baby-friendly bird design to its exclusive features, the baby monitor was designed to grow with babies through their various development stages and the risks that come with them. The most popular innovative features include:

  • Proactive Covered Face, Cry-Detection, and Rollover Alert
  • Danger Zone Alert for both babies and toddlers
  • Automatic Photo Capture for Baby’s First Moments
  • In-App Digital Scrapbook

In June 2019, Cubo AI launched on Indiegogo, breaking the crowdfunding record of highest-funded baby monitor with over $300,000 raised on launch day, and $500,000 in two months. Currently, Cubo is in thousands of homes and has a 4.5-star rating on Amazon.

“We are extremely honored to be recognized as a winner of the CES 2020 Innovation Awards,” said Brian Lin, Cubo AI Chief Strategy Officer. “Cubo AI brings together cutting-edge technologies (IoT, Smart Homes, AI, and Big Data) to build smarter and easier solutions that protect the well-being of families everywhere. Our goal is to help every parent in the world find peace of mind and joy in their parenting journey.”

Cubo also has a 1080pHD camera for both daylight and night vision, 18-hour playback, two-way audio, three camera stands to grow with your baby, a night light, and temperature and humidity detection.

Cubo AI is now available in the US, UK, Australia, Canada, and Taiwan. To learn more about Cubo AI, please visit https://www.getcubo.com.

About CES 2020 Innovation Awards
The CES 2020 Innovation Awards is an annual competition honoring outstanding design and engineering in consumer technology products. The program recognizes honorees in a multitude of consumer technology product categories and distinguishes the highest rated in each. The awards are based upon descriptive materials submitted to the judges. For more information about the CES 2020 Innovation Awards, visit http://www.ces.tech.

About Cubo AI
Cubo AI was created with proprietary technology to proactively warn parents of dangerous situations such as covered face events so parents can step in when needed. Every Cubo AI feature is designed to enhance baby safety and keep lasting memories. Cubo’s mission is to help every parent in the world find peace of mind and joy in their parenting journey. For more about Cubo AI, visit https://www.getcubo.com.
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