Look baby, hands-free! The future self-driving stroller is coming soon.

By on February 23, 2016

Smartbe a self-driving stroller developed by a startup company in New York city is in its crowd funding stage to produce a revolutionary concept in design and functionality that offers solutions for urban babies and parents.
The intelligent stroller is built with motion sensors that parents can control to push the stroller and won’t wander around. No other person can move the stroller except the parents who can unlock the wheels. The stroller stays close to you and mimics your movement. What that means is when you jog or walk, the stroller does too without being prompted. When you stop, the stroller stops too. The Smartbe has a built-in bassinet that rocks to put baby to sleep, a feeding bottle warmer with temperature control, and a camera that connects to the internet as a monitor.

If it’s good for NYC, it must be good for Tokyo too. Media reports a unit will cost US$3,199 and will be available in the spring of 2017.

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