Near future human being is going to enhance their capability to communicate sensations by incorporating their five sensory holistic information using modern techniques. Human bond communication is a concept through which we communicate or try to communicate received data by our five sensory organs to another person. The objective of this paper is to provide a smart way to protect infant from sudden infant death syndrome. Proposed technique is a novel concept which will help parents and caretaker to know their newly born baby’s feeling wirelessly whom an infant cannot share with them.
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Prasad, S., Prasad, R. Child Temperature Monitoring System. Wireless Pers Commun (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11277-020-07595-6
- Human Bond Communication
- Wireless Communication System
- Mobile Network
- Sudden infant death syndrome