How Vmanx’s new car seat sensor will save babies’ lives

Hoping to stop the fatal phenomenon of kids left alone in hot cars, Vmanx began selling, which reminds drivers there’s a child in the back seat by sounding an alarm when the ignition turns off.

On average, 37 children die of heatstroke each year because they are left in the car. Surprisingly, the hot weather is not exactly the main culprit that caused the tragedy. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, even in cool weather conditions, the car interior temperature will quickly rise to dangerous levels.

Why do people leave their children unattended in the car? In response to this question, what should the auto industry do to help prevent this from happening in the future?

Although “safe passenger-sensing cars” can monitor, analyze, and communicate everything within the car (even without direct line of sight). But they are not doctors or nannies after all. In the event of an accident, they are also unable to carry out emergency operations.

However, this technology is impressive enough. It can help save the lives of forgotten children, pets or elderly passengers.

Vmanx sensor can check if the child is sitting in the car to prevent accidents when the child stays in the car.

Vmanx sensor features:

1. Membrane type

2. Pressure trigger

3. Can detect if someone is sitting and send a signal to the seat belt warning device

4. According to the shape and hardness of the car seat design sensor size and contact sensitivity.

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