NEW YORK -- Sen.se, a leading developer of smart, connected objects, introduces Mother & the Motion Cookies, a family of smart devices for the smart home, making life safer, healthier and more fun. Mother is now available for purchase at Amazon.com with free shipping anywhere within the United States. Mother can be found in Home Automation, one of Amazon's fastest growing and most exclusive departments.
Want to be alerted to a home intrusion, know your kids got home safe, count your steps to stay fit, be reminded to take your medicine, or make sure you always wake up refreshed? Users have the unique ability to not only choose what they want the smart sensors, called Cookies, to do, but each Cookie can then be reprogrammed and assigned other tasks over and over as needs and wants change, as they do in real life. It's that simple.
Mother is the only product on the market today that offers one sensor with multiple uses of the users choosing, as opposed to one device that can only handle one designated task. Ultimately, the data provided enables you to better manage and monitor daily activities and make changes to your behavior or routines as needed, improving your well-being and peace of mind.
"Until now, we have been living with a handful of smart connected objects, perhaps a computer, smart phone and maybe a fitness gadget, so learning and complying with these devices was possible," said Rafi Haladjian, Sen.se Founder & CEO. "However today, we're adding more and more smart objects to our daily life, making managing individual devices with one dedicated service both intolerable and impractical. Mother solves this problem by offering one device, with multiple reprogrammable applications and one data location. Mother can simultaneously take care of many areas of daily life that are of concern at the time, from health and fitness to the comfort, safety and well-being of your family."
How Mother Works
Mother is the central hub. For the initial launch, Mother will come about a dozen applications, with more added continually. Depending on what the user wants to track and monitor, they assign a Cookie to an application and program when to receive alerts and notifications - when something important happens or when it senses unusual activity or something urgent. The user can also program how to be notified - text message, push notification, email, phone call, or sounds and lights on the Mother device. Then place the Cookie on the object or person. The Cookies transmit data back to Mother. Mother then transmits the notifications as directed and sends all data to a customized Senseboard and showcased with unique visuals making it a fun and easy way to understand behavior.
Cookies were developed to blend seamlessly into life, and become part of normal routines without requiring attention and care. There are no buttons to push, no synchronization of data to be made, no on/off switches, no daily or weekly battery charging. Cookies are small and sleek and can be attached to almost anything (place it in a pocket, use putty or a strap or holder provided with the kit). Up to 24 Cookies can be connected simultaneously to Mother.
"Research shows that the fundamental weakness with smart objects is their users because the effort the devices require eventually outweigh the reward," offers Haladjian. "We believe it is time to connect life itself. We want our users to stop adapting life to the requirements of their devices and go through their daily routines as they always did: go for a walk, drink water, go to bed, feed the cat, while seamlessly benefiting from all the knowledge, peace of mind and comfort sensors can bring."
MSRP: $299 for a bundle including one Mother and one box of 4 Motion Cookies. Once a user has a Mother, they can order additional Motion Cookies. MSRP: $159 for a 4 Cookie Pack. Each box of Cookies also comes with three Cookie holders, two Cookie straps, four cell batteries and one spare (batteries will live for more than a year), one key ring attachment string and some sticky putty to easily affix and remove Cookies.
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