Reported by Seung-Kyu Park / Jul 23, 2021
HoneyCube, a sleep research company, announced on July 21 that it has supplied HoneyCube, a newborn imaging solution that is supplied to about 60 postpartum care centers nationwide, to public postpartum care centers in Buk-gu, Ulsan.
[HoneyCube is installed in the neonatal room of the public postpartum care center in Buk-gu, Ulsan]
HoneyCube is used in areas that require care from guardians, such as neonatal care, silver care, and elderly care living alone, and can be monitored in real time by managers and families. The system also combines video as well as data such as heart rate, breathing, body temperature, movement, and vomiting.
To prevent COVID-19 infection of newborns, Ulsan Buk-gu Public Postpartum Care Center has installed HoneyCube in all newborn beds so that mothers and mothers' families can check their babies’ status anywhere. In addition, through the SW programs provided by HoneyNaps, managers can check multi-view videos of newborns, manage mothers checking in and out, and announce internal education programs which will enable differentiated service.
HoneyCube can also be installed in carts as well as in newborn beds. Currently, 18 out of 28 are installed as mobile types to enable optimization of space in the public postpartum care center in Buk-gu, Ulsan.
[Newborn baby video and fever detection system, HoneyCube]
HoneyCube, a contactless sleep biosignal monitoring system, has been supplied to about 60 hospitals, nursing hospitals, and postpartum care centers nationwide since 2018, and has been set up as an essential solution for public postpartum care centers in Miryang-si.