Let's face it: who likes to smell diapers? Nobody likes to do it, not even the most loving parent in the world! Maybe that's why the Korean company Monit tried to make the experience a mere memory by presenting it to the last one CES (please, no pun intended) a device that turns the nappy into a ... here, smart nappy.
Monit has created a sensor as big as a biscuit and equipped with bluetooth: the sensor detects the presence of pee or popo in the diaper and warns the parentado that he will be happy to do his best without having to sniff the nice pack first.
Beyond the olfactory aspects it must be said that the use of a "smart diaper" can reduce irritation and urinary tract infections, as well as provide us with valuable data on the frequency of the droppings (or sleep) of our children (just yesterday there was also talk of those of cats: it will be a period of hyper-control in the bathroom)