September 2022: Oopsie Heroes by Lifesense Group

New and innovative bedwetting alarm for kids!

Image credit: LifeSense Group

Our Innovation of the Month takes care of the most valuable gift we have: Kids!

Oopsie Heroes is a fun and simple bedwetting alarm for kids. It combines an app with a tiny sensor that teaches children how to make it to the toilet on time at night. The sensor is super simple to use and can be easily fastened to all undergarments and pj’s - no special clothing required. Also, instead of Bluetooth, the Oopsie sensor uses a simple sound to send the information to the app. Goodbye Oopsie moments!

 

About the Lifesense Group:

LifeSense Group is a global B2B company based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands that designs and makes digital health continence solutions. Their international team draws on their breadth of knowledge, expertise, and experiences to continually bring forth new products and applications which can revolutionize the market of digital health continence solutions.

Since its establishment, LifeSense Group has developed, launched, and certified four award-winning digital health continence solutions for the whole family. It is their mission to empower families every day with their technology. LifeSense Group products include Carin (women), Wil (men), Oopsie Heroes (children), as well as Plan Be (healthcare providers). These patented innovations have undergone clinical pilot trials and are reimbursed by health insurers in the Netherlands, Sweden, Taiwan, and Australia.

Jürgen Thalmayer
September 2, 2022

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