VANCOUVER, British Columbia
- Feb. 23, 2021
-- A pregnant woman usually visits a prenatal health care provider only once a month (from the start of pregnancy to 28 weeks) and twice a month from 28 to 36 weeks. But for many women it is too seldom as they tend to stress out or have a feeling that something is wrong. WombWave Technologies Corp. provides an innovative solution to have peace of mind between visits to the doctor – hardware and software that helps to monitor fetal health. Special censors are placed on the mother's belly, which are designed to measure and monitor the heartbeat of a fetus, send microwaves of a safe range to warm the abdominal area, but most importantly play sounds of music, pre-recorded messages of soothing nature and voice from biological parents, and monitor respective reactions and conditions of a fetus.
Software that is being developed is intended to manage the hardware component's operations like uploading music, performing voice-recording, analyzing collected data and making suggestions based on the positive response. By using AI-driven algorithms the app is able to provide behavioral and parental advice, schedule best timing, and offer various solutions for further connecting mothers-to-be with the developing fetus.
About WombWave Technologies Corp.: WombWave is a Vancouver based mobile app and hardware monitoring device provider in the field of maternity care. It is created to provide expectant parents with peace of mind by allowing them to interact with their babies from the privacy of their own homes. (https://wombwave.com/