TLIP is a temperature-monitoring device for children. Developed in conjunction with doctors from the Hospital San José de Monterrey, and biomedical students from ITESM. The objective was to develop a device capable of monitoring the child’s body temperature and send an alarm signal when the temperature rises or falls from normal, so parents could look over their sick children at night.
It's conformed by a clip and a monitor. The clip is placed on the baby’s clothes and measures the baby’s temperature with an infrared sensor placed in the bottom part of the clip. The information is displayed on the monitor, at the parents' room, who can see their baby's current temperature. If it rises or falls significantly a visual and audible alarm is activated.