is a key indicator of fetal health.
Decreased fetal movements are one of the earliest signs that a fetus is in distress.
Current methods of tracking fetal movements include "kick counting" and maybe supplemented with a chart or a clicker.
These methods are often time consuming and highly subjective.
Current methods of care are not designed
to best serve all women.
They fail to capture the complex relationship between fetal activity and maternal health.
Flutter Wear is a personalized fetal monitoring system that provides contextualized analytics
on your baby's activity.
We foster a multidisciplinary support network to offer guidance and education during a woman’s pregnancy.
Innovation UBC Startup Idea Competition - People's Choice Award
Canadian Medical Association - Joule Innovation Grant
Startup of Holland Pitch Competition - 1st Place
UBC Faculty of Medicine - Catalyst Award
Royal Bank of Canada - Seed Funding Award
Medical Device Development Center - Principal Award