Protect Kids from Hot Cars – The Hot Car Problem

What do you do when you need to go the nearby mall and have your kid with you? Some of us would just leave our toddlers behind in the car, while we’re out shopping. Unfortunately, that’s not a great thing for your child, especially during the summer months.  Leaving babies in hot cars has been linked to sleep deprivation and leads to the same effects as driving cars under the influence of alcohol. If you forget to take out the baby from your car or worry about the baby’s safety, there are a few products that can help, aimed at not only providing peace of mind but also saving the babies’ lives.

1. Evenflo Advanced Embrace DLX Infant Car Seat with SensorSafe

Protect Kids from Hot Cars - The Hot Car Problem
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This Evenflo DLX car seat comes with a receiver that goes into the car’s data port and a sensor that is connected to the baby’s chest through Wi-Fi. Whenever a car is stopped, everyone in the car is alerted about the baby and the signals remind them to take the baby out of the car.

 

2. Intel Smart Car Chest Clip

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This Chest Clip works similarly to the Evenflo and the sensor connects to a car seat, and the technology is completely Wi-FI based. The alarm continues to go off every 15-20 seconds until the seat latch is removed, and the baby is taken out.

 

3. Infant SOS

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This device has been developed by Rice University graduated. The device can be fit into standard car seats and can issue signals whenever the baby is in danger through audio, visual and text alerts. The device also has a cooling system that ensures the baby’s body temperature never goes beyond critical levels.

Whether you are stressed or tired, these gadgets can help you keep your little one safe and comfortable. Do you’ve any other suggestions for keeping your baby safe? Let us know.

 

Post: Subhajit 

Edited by: The Icy Tales Editorial Board

 

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