Nonni is a child tracking drone designed to help parents of children with disabiliteis to help keep trakc of their children. The sphere-shaped Nonni has a camera that transmits a video feed to a parent's smartphone. A parent can also program the drone to set boundaries for what is considered a safe space for the child, such as a backyard or a playroom. The drone interacts with electronic signals that set those boundaries. Those signals could be wires buried in a backyard, similar to the electronic fence.
Nonni uses facial recognition technology to monitor the child from a distance. The drone would be stationary unless the child strayed from the safe space. At that point, the drone would hover toward the child and use a recorded voice message from the parent to prompt the child to go to a safe area.