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However Teddy The Guardian first caught my attention only at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin (hat tip to Ben Rooney of Wall Street Journal Europe), having received seed funding from Seedcamp earlier this year. Now I have just learned that Teddy The Guardian, the invention of Josipa Majic and Ana Buric, and their startup iDerma won the Startup Open competition that was a part of the Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Teddy The Guardian is a organic soft toy that serves as a paediatric device to measure children temperature, heart rate and oxygen saturation. The main thing of course is to help doctors minimize the little patent’s stress level while taking those measurements and sending them to the mobile app for processing.
While the child is cuddling the toy, it plays child’s favourite song that can be changed through a mobile app. The target age group is from 2 to 6 and I am sure they will love it.
The grand prize of the competition is an all-expenses-paid trip to Moscow for the Global Entrepreneurship Congress that will take place in March 2014.
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