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BABYCARE ALERT SYSTEM

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Khairun Nisa khamil

on 7 November 2014

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Transcript of BABYCARE ALERT SYSTEM

To design and implement a device that can detect a child presence on the baby car seat or anywhere (static position like stroller) the device intend to be use.
To design and implement a wireless device that triggers an alert to notify the parents whether they have left their child in the vehicle.

Love them, Protect them!
STATISTIC
Impact to the society
Methodology
Even though the technology does not REPLACE proper supervision of children and children should NEVER be left alone in a car.
Perhaps this product can SAVE the lives of the children and make the parents much more alert towards their own child.
RM1.20
Friday, November 7, 2014
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Problem Statement
Baby DIES left in a hot car!
Gantt Chart
Since 1998, heat-stroke-related fatalities to children being left in a hot vehicle have killed an average of 38 children annually with a total of 527 deaths. Children are at increased risk of vehicle-related heat stroke compared to adults for two reasons; which are the children are more likely than adults to be left unattended and unable to exit a parked vehicle and children’s bodies are less able to manage the hot surroundings that can develop quickly in a parked automobile. Cracking the windows or not parking in direct sunlight does not make a car significantly cooler
BABYCARE ALERT SYSTEM
Objectives
REFERENCE: http://www.kidsandcars.org/heatstroke.html
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