10 year old invents a device to remind parents there's a child in the car

On average 37 children die each year in the US after being trapped inside hot vehicles — often as a result of their parents having forgotten they were there. A 10-year-old boy from Texas now hopes to address this disturbing statistic with his new invention, called the Oasis. Bishop Curry has so far raised almost $30,000 on GoFundMe to develop his device. Oasis will detect when a child has been left inside a hot vehicle and alert parents to the child’s situation. The device will also come with the technology to help cool down the child while he or she waits to be rescued. The Oasis is a small box intended to be fitted to a car seat, which will detect whether a car is inhabited while stationary. Once it reaches a certain temperature it will emit cool air, while a built-in antenna contacts the car owner.




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