The Nabi Car Seat Clip alerts you if leave your baby in the car
Parking your car and walking away with a baby still strapped into its car seat is a tragic problem that unfortunately takes the lives of dozens of kids every year. A small clip, powered by Intel tech, wants to stop those accidents from ever happening again.
The Nabi Car Seat Clip takes the place of your current car seat's harness clip (the piece that clips across your baby's chest) and has a Bluetooth sensor built in that connects to an app on your phone. That sensor knows when the two pieces of the clip are snapped together and detects when the clip is unlatched when you take your baby out. If you walk away from your baby's car seat with the clip still snapped into place, you'll get a loud alarm on your phone that will only stop when you return to the seat and separate the clip.
The clip has a temperature sensor built in, plus an accelerometer to detect movement. It runs on a coin-cell battery that will last for a few months, and there's an indicator in the app to show you how much juice it has left. It's designed to work with any car seat on the market.
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