A pricey artificial intelligence stroller is the latest innovation announced to help parents.
Canadian startup Glüxkind Technologies has announced that its smart stroller “Ella” has won a CES 2023 Innovation Award.
The product starts at $3,300 and includes environmental hazard alerts, smart braking and 360-degree monitoring.
In a press release, Glüxkind noted that the stroller is able to push and brake regardless of the terrain, even when fully loaded with groceries and toys.
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A video shows the Ella stroller starting and stopping on streets and sidewalks with parents and children.
Secure baby to the stroller with the magnetic buckle and five-point harness.
Seats and cradles can also be adapted.
“With baby-soothing features like Rock-My-Baby mode to help little ones fall asleep or built-in white noise playback, Ella can provide parents with an almost nanny-like experience,” the company said.
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According to the Glüxkind website, the Smooth Rock mimics the movement of a stroller to help babies sleep longer, while the White Nose Machine stops babies from crying and helps them fall asleep faster and longer.
A companion app allows parents to adjust the volume and choose from a range of sounds.
The Ella stroller also allows people to check on their baby at any time using the Glüxkind app and the Find-My-Baby function.
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To pre-order the Founders Edition Ella, parents are required to pay a $200 refundable deposit.
Deliveries are expected to begin in April.