Parenting and pregnancy company The Bump has announced its list of finalists for the awards.
The Bump is a company dealing with innovation involving all things parenting. The Bump is part of the new Baby Tech Summit which takes place at CES. This year at CES 2016 The Bump will bring the Best of Baby Tech Awards.
The Bump has also announced the finalists for The Bump Best of Baby Tech Awards. The finalists will have the opportunity to showcase their products at CES 2016.
Consumers and a panel of judges will place their online vote for their favorite products. The products embody technology achievement in the areas of fertility, pregnancy and baby technology. The voting will remain open until the 6th of January 2016.
According to The Bump, they love innovative technology. Especially when the technology supports a healthier and happier pregnancy. The finalists of the Best of Baby Tech Awards will showcase problem-solving products.
The products show a rise in Wi-Fi and smart technology merging with everyday items. Products such as car seats, baby booties and even onesies are incorporating technology. All the finalists had one thing in common which was making life easier for parents and babies.
A total of eighteen finalists have been selected for the competition in six categories. The six categories are Baby Eats, Baby Learn and Play and Baby-On-The-Go.
Other categories are Baby Safety, Fertility and Pregnancy and Healthy Baby. For example in the Baby Eat category one of the products is BabyNes. BabyNes is an advanced nutrition system which provides six stages of single serve formulas. The winners of the competition will be announced on the 7th of January, 2016.
"The Bump loves innovation, especially when we discover technology that supports a healthier and happier pregnancy and parenting journey," said Julia Wang, site director of The Bump.
"The finalists of our Best of Baby Tech Awards showcase some really cool, problem-solving products, and we are seeing a trend of Wi-Fi and smart technology merging with everyday items such as the car seat, baby booties and even onesies."
"What the finalists all had in common besides breakthrough technologies was alleviating the challenges of parenting and making life easier for parents and babies," said Jill Gilbert, producer of the Baby Tech Summit.
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"Today's babies are being born into a digital age and a new breed of entrepreneurs have surfaced with a diversified offering of products that are nothing short of awe-inspiring."