Inventor Maurice Pinsonnault’s life changed forever when his first daughter was born. Like all new parents, he and his wife were filled with joy, excitement, and their fair share of worries. Hoping to calm their concerns (and get some sleep) they bought a baby monitor. But they found they were still anxious, especially when things seemed to be “too quiet” in the nursery.
Maurice decided he could do better. He built a special baby monitor that sensed the subtle movements of his sleeping child and sounded an alarm if no movement was detected. With confidence in his solution, Maurice and his wife were finally able to rest easy while their daughter slept.
Twenty years later, Angelcare’s award-winning movement monitors give peace of mind to parents around the world.