Oulu, Finland – Combining tradition with innovation, Finnish baby tech company Nucu is poised to introduce its multisensory baby care platform to the global market in 2024.
Millennial and Gen Z parents look to technology for enhanced, data-informed parenting methods
Despite advances and over 1 billion USD invested in adult sleep aid technology, the infant sleep aid sector remains underdeveloped, presenting opportunities for innovation and growth
Nucu's platform, developed in collaboration with Nordic sleep experts and neonatologists, personalizes multisensory experiences for infants to promote better sleep habits
The Nordics are known for their excellent postpartum baby care. The Nordic countries have cultural traditions and practices that respect and support the postpartum period, such as the Finnish maternity clinics, the Swedish baby box, and the Danish barselsbesøg.
Nucu has been working closely with Nordic baby sleep experts, neonatologists and researchers to develop the solutions to enable personalized multisensory stimulation for newborns and infants to calm them and help them to transition to sleeping alone.
Moreover, Nucu is focusing on building new tools to gather infant sleep and activity data, applying machine learning and artificial intelligence to enable new research breakthroughs in this area.
“We have been developing and iterating our platform with professional caregivers, parents of newborns and researchers since 2016’, says Juha Hannula, Nucu’s CEO and Founder, “Starting next year, more families in the Nordics will be benefiting from Nucu’s innovations.”
Nucu are backed by deeptech VC Voima Ventures and wearable or wellness tech pioneers, including smart ring Oura co-founders.