Device reminds parents if child is left in car

- A San Jose woman has created a new wireless alert system that notifies parents if they accidentally leave a child in a car.

It is called "I Remind" and it was launched in San Jose on Tuesday by creator Marti Muccurdy along with San Jose mayor Sam Liccardo.

It is made up of a bear-shaped sensor pad that goes under the car seat.

A second attachment goes on the side.

The system connects to an app that notifies parents immediately if their child is left inside the car.

The device is available for $99 on and must be paired with a smart phone. 


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