Baby monitors have been around for decades, but the only thing most of them can do is let you know if the kid starts crying. He may look peaceful lying there in the crib, but what if your kid is actually sick?
The Sikker baby monitor is designed give parents a much better idea of how the baby is doing. Both baby and parent wear bracelets, which communicate via a wireless base station. In addition to letting you hear what's going on, you can see basic biometric information like the baby's temperature, and even talk to the baby or play music by remote.
This all sounds cool, but I wonder if having a Wi-Fi transmitter right on your newborn's wrist is such a good idea. I would also consider a different name. Sikker means 'safety' in Danish, but in English it has other connotations.