As technology marches on, it becomes increasingly more important that the progress we enjoy ultimately makes our lives and our daily routines easier, not more complicated. This is especially true for new and expecting parents, who often find themselves overwhelmed with a rapidly multiplying number of available devices. From baby monitors, online cookbooks, video cameras and food processors, precious time that you can never recapture is spent making things for your baby … as opposed to making memories.
While keeping firmly in mind the idea of utilizing state-of-the-art technology to record and track a child’s developmental stages of life, one emerging French company, Happeez (www.happeez.com), has developed an open-software based platform that simplifies parents’ ability to track precious memories. The platform’s “memory wall” chronologically displays each milestone you record for easy viewing and sharing. Additionally, the platform easily integrates with connected kitchen appliances. Now parents can link their smart devices with almost any connected kitchen item, while making use of a large database of healthy recipes and step-by-step food preparation guides. Tracking your child’s development and recording each precious memory has never been easier.
Happeez’s innovative, easy-to-use, customizable platform makes tracking and recording your baby’s developmental stats – literally from conception to birth – effortless. “Happeez seamlessly integrates with the advanced 6-in-1, connected food processor, Nutribaby+Connect from Babymoov, which is designed to change the experience for parents who want healthy and tasty food, both for their baby and their entire family,” said Happeez Chief Technical Officer Stéphane Gouttesoulard, of his company, which is dedicated to the creation of connected home appliance solutions. “This product is designed to play a major role in a baby’s life even before birth. The app, also called Happeez, first helps an expectant mother design her own exclusive healthy diet schedule; then after birth, helps parents to create in-depth food plans with step-by-step cooking recipes that adapt and change throughout the various growth phases … from infancy through the formative stages of life. Additionally, the Nutribaby +Connected food processor is the most advanced food processor ever brought to market. With an extra large 1500 ml capacity container, a bottle warmer and sterilizer, three times the chopping speeds of average processors, and the connected Happeez app, parents can spend less time thinking about food prep and more time with their precious baby.”
When connected with the Babymoov Nutribaby+Connect baby food processor, the app not only guides parents through meal preparation but helps them maintain a timeline while creating “moments” through photos and descriptive captioning. This technology will compile and analyze data and render analytics – along with advice — back to the parents through a simplistic, user-friendly interface.
According to Stéphane Gouttesoulard, Happeez is not designed solely for today, but with an eye toward future technology as well. “This product will not be 100 dedicated solely to Nutribaby+Connect but to other Babymoov connected products as well as future smart devices yet to be developed by other innovative companies.”
Happeez will showcase their revolutionary app, in conjunction with the innovative Babymoov food processor, at CES in Las Vegas, January 5-8 2017 from the Eureka Park Marketplace in the Sands Expo Hall from Booth #50844.
“We are dedicated to simplifying the lives of parents; and Happeez is designed to make a major difference in terms of helping parents manage their daily lives,” Stéphane Gouttesoulard said. “Happeez will be the very first platform that will combine connected devices monitoring, baby’s development stats, tracking and recording, precious moments storage and the sharing of milestone moments, all within a private and secured community.”
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