The Smartbe Stroller Is The Future And Can We Have One?

The Smartbe Intelligent Stroller is a self-propelling stroller that is “halfway to a robot nanny”

The stroller. One of the most essential baby items you’ll ever buy.

Over the years, they have gotten better (and in some cases bigger)—shocks have been developed, self-folding technologies have been implanted, Bluetooth has enabled, sound-systems have been added. Heck, strollers have even been made that can easily turn into a bike for you to ride with baby.

The possibilities seem to be endless when it comes to strollers. If you can dream it, there is a stroller that does it. And honestly, we thought we had seen it all… until now.

Enter the Smartbe Intelligent Stroller, an electric stroller that is self-propelled. Yes you read that right.

"I am the father of twins," says serial entrepreneur Guillermo Morro, maker of the SmartBe, "and I know how uncomfortable it is to push an ordinary stroller through snow in Manhattan, up hills in San Francisco or jog along the path through the heat and humidity of Miami.”

You don’t even have to touch the stroller and it will move along with you. Sounds crazy right? Maybe even sounds a bit dangerous? But it’s not. The stroller communicates an app on your phone and the sensors in the stroller keep the stroller within reach of parents whether they are going up- or downhill, running or jogging. The stroller can even manage gentle turns and the smart stop technology will slow and brake the stroller if needed.

“Safety has been a top priority from the very beginning" added Morro. "A central processing unit continually monitors every component of the stroller and locks the wheels in case of any malfunction. When in self-propelled mode, a single tap on the handle bar freezes the stroller. Also, if the stroller goes beyond hand distance it automatically slows or stops.”

And it seems that he has done just that. But there is so much more to this stroller.

There is a basinet or seat with three automated canopies that can roll down to protect baby from the sun, rain and bugs; a built-in bottle warmer; a climate controlled environment; built-in internal and external cameras so you can keep your eye on baby at all times; the ability to rock your baby to sleep with three different modes; and of course, Bluetooth speakers to play lullabies from your phone.

And this is why the stroller is being touted as “halfway to a robot nanny” which we all want, don’t we?

The stroller is currently available through an Indiegogo campaign, but when it is released, it will retail for $900-$2,900 depending on which features are included.

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