1. MIT engineers develop smart diapers with moisture sensor - Xinhua | English.news.cn  Xinhua
  2. Low-cost 'smart' diaper can notify caregiver when it's wet  Tech Xplore
  3. RFID sensor is powered by dirty diapers  The Verge
  4. MIT researchers develop smart diapers that could let parents know when baby needs changing  Universal Hub
  5. New disposable smart diaper sends caregiver’s phone a message when a change is needed  The Boston Globe
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MIT engineers develop smart diapers with moisture sensor - Xinhua | English.news.cn

MIT researchers have developed an RFID tag that can be embedded in the hydrogel typically found in disposable diapers. When wet, the hydrogel expands and becomes conductive enough to trigger the tag to send a signal to an RFID reader within a radius of one meter — all without batteries.An inexpensive smart diaper without bulky bluetooth transmitters could be near.

RFID sensor is powered by dirty diapers - The Verge

For some infants, a wet diaper is cause for an instant, vociferous demand to be changed, while other babies may be unfazed and happy to haul around the damp cargo for lengthy periods without complaint. ...

Low-cost 'smart' diaper can notify caregiver when it's wet

MIT News reports researchers have developed low-cost wetness sensors that can be embedded in diapers to sound a clarion call when baby needs a new diaper. Read more.MIT News reports researchers have developed low-cost wetness sensors that can be embedded in diapers to sound a clarion call when baby needs a new diaper. Read more.

MIT researchers develop smart diapers that could let parents know when baby needs changing | Universal Hub

A new smart diaper developed by researchers at MIT can send a message to parents, caregivers, or nurses via their smartphones or computers to let them know when their bundle of joy needs a change.A new smart diaper developed by researchers at MIT can send a message to parents, caregivers, or nurses via their smartphones or computers to let them know when their bundle of joy needs a change.

New disposable smart diaper sends caregiver’s phone a message when a change is needed - The Boston Globe

MIT researchers have designed a “smart” diaper, equipped with RFID technology, that can notify a caregiver when it’s wet.Design combines a common diaper material with RFID technology.

Low-cost “smart” diaper can notify caregiver when it’s wet | MIT News