Nod™: The Digital Coach Designed to Help Your Baby Sleep Better
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It's a question that has mystified new parents since the dawn of time: "How in the world do I get this child to go to sleep?"
Thanks to novel 21st-century technology—and a partnership between Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc. and Rest Devices, Inc., makers of the Mimo™ Baby Monitor—the answer (and those much-needed Zzzzs) could now be far less elusive.
It's a collaboration that marries technology and expert coaching from JOHNSON'S® BEDTIME® Baby Sleep App with analytics from Mimo™'s infant sleep wearables and crib monitors to produce a new app called Nod™.
The goal: Both companies have studied hundreds of thousands of baby sleep patterns, so by combining their expertise, the Nod™ app can provide parents with an advanced, personalized sleep coaching system—like having a baby sleep expert in your own home.
The app debuts at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. In anticipation, we tapped , Research Fellow of Biophysics and Modeling at Johnson & Johnson; sleep expert Jodi Mindell, Ph.D., CBSM; and Dulcie Madden, Co-founder and CEO of Rest Devices, Inc., to walk us through the groundbreaking technology.