Development of a non-invasive baby sleep monitoring and intelligent control system for the prevention of unexpected death in previously healthy babies and early detection of risky situations

 VII Prog Marcobandera

 The project has been funded by the European Commission through the VII Framework Programme, and the THEME [SME-2013-1], Research for SMEs

 

Baby Care Sleep project aims to develop a non-invasive baby sleep monitoring and intelligent control system for the prevention of unexpected death in previously healthy babies and early detection of risky situations.

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is the highest cause of death in the postneo?natal period (between 2nd and 6th month of life). Only in Europe, each year 2 400 infants still die of SIDS, an unexpected disease happening to infants who die in their sleep with no evidence of accidental asphysia, inflicted injury or organic disease; being a multifactorial syndrome mainly related to overheating, prolonged apnea, gastroesophageal reflux or inadequate bedding system and posture. In addition, SIDS is ten times more frequent within preterm newborns, around 385 000 babies per year are born preterm in Europe.

BabyCareSleep project aims to develop a novel non-invasive intelligent monitoring system to prevent unexpected deaths in previously healthy infants and to detect risky situations in an early stage. Integrated in the cot through biosensing textiles, matrices of sensors will detect the most relevant biological parameters that will enable the detection of potential risky situation and performing preventive actions. The preventive system will stimulate sufficiently the baby’s brain (generate a sleep arousal) avoiding infant’s hypoxia and resuming breathing activity and will be so gentle to not awake the baby from sleep.

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As a result, the SMEs will strength their competitive position facing foreign competition, achieving cumulative benefits during the four year of post-project commercialization over €10 million. In addition, our proposed system will help to avoid dramatic situations in families and at the same time will give confidence to parents by a non-invasive and cot-integrated monitoring and warning system that will improve their quality of life.

BabyCareSleep project will count with all the involved SME through the supply chain (textiles, electronic & communication, mattresses and a paediatrician sleep clinic); with RTDs of biomechanics, smart textiles and intelligent control systems; and with the support of a association for paediatric research.

Web:  http://babycaresleep.com

Coordinator:

Instituto de Biomecánica (IBV) will act as the technical coordinator of the project, leading WP1, 2, 6 & 7.

Colchones Delax will be the coordinator of the project leading WP9, and the integrator of the final BabyCareSleep system (leading WP5).


Fecha de inicio: 01-11-2013
Fecha de finalización: 31-10-2015
Referencia del proyecto: FP7-SME-2013-606088

 

  • COLCHONES DELAX S.L.
  • COGENT TECHNOLOGY LT
  • VDS WEAVING NV
  • PIN ARBOLEDAS SLP
  • INSTITUTO DE BIOMECANICA DE VALENCIA (IBV)
  • CENTRE SCIENTIFIQUE & TECHNIQUE DE L’INDUSTRIE TEXTILE BELGE
  • THE UK INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS RESEARCH INSTITUTE LIMITED
  • ASOCIACION PARA ESTUDIOS DE INVESTIGACION EN PEDIATRIA
  • Universitat Politècnica de València · Camino de Vera s/n · 46022 · Valencia · España
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