Baby Tag and Baby Tracking Management Control System

Overview

LSCM developed the Baby Tag and Baby Tracking Management Control System to enhance the security and system control to reduce the risk of baby abduction in the hospitals.

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Research completion
2014
Commercialisation opportunities
technology licensing
Problem addressed

In order to improve security to new-born babies and protect babies from abduction. This system will raise a visual and audio alert when unauthorised movements of new- born babies or attempts in tampering of the tag have been detected.

Innovation
  • Tamper-resistant strap and double ring design to reduce “false alarm” of the tag wearing status.
  • The RFID reader is developed to assign a specific timeslot and channel for RF communication with Baby Tag against collision.
  • Baby Tracking Management Control System is designed for caregivers to respond quickly to the alerts generated by the Baby Tag.
Key impact
  • Enhance the security and mitigate the danger of baby abduction in hospitals.
  • The real-time tracking solution can be adopted in the community.
Application
  • People/asset tracking in hospital environment
Logistics and Supply Chain MultiTech R&D Centre (LSCM)

Logistics and Supply Chain MultiTech R&D Centre (LSCM) was founded in 2006, with funding from the Innovation and Technology Fund of The Government of the Hong Kong SAR, and is co-hosted by the University of Hong Kong, the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. It aims to strengthen the local logistics sector and related industries by providing a one-stop resource for applied research and technology transfer, and to reinforce cooperation between the industry and research institutes to bring about meaningful and significant impact on the industry and the community. 

LSCM serves the industry by initiating research projects, contract research, as well as providing business matching opportunities, technology transfer and intellectual property commercialisation. LSCM initiates technology and knowledge transfer to the marketplace to promote industrial digitalisation, facilitate technology advancement and strengthen Hong Kong’s position as a leading logistics and commercial hub.

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