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Three inventions that can save children left in hot cars introduced to public

 The Office of the Vocational Education Commission yesterday introduced three inventions of vocational students that it says can save children accidentally locked inside hot school van, and that a person is trapped inside a sinking car.

Three wireless life guard devices were shown at the press conference presided over by the Secretary-general of the OVEC Dr Chaipruek Serirak.

These wireless devices have been invented three years ago.

First is the electronic device that will be installed inside the vehicle to detect all movements in the vehicle.

This electronic device is the invention of Lampang Technical College.

In case of emergency at critical moment, the device will order the opening of the doors, and make emergency siren sound and send out short message that shows GPS location to phone number that is preset.

A second device is a carbon dioxide detector invented by Nakhon Pathom Technical College.

The device functions automatically when somebody is trapped inside a car and carbon dioxide inside exceeds 1,000 ppm.

The last invention is a tempered glass breaker invented by Ubon Ratchathani Technical College.

The device can break the flat tempered window easily when the vehicle is sinking to enable trapper persons to come out safely.

The three inventions have won awards at provincial, regional and national level contests.

These devices are not expensive and cost from 3,000-25,000 baht.
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