Car seats are a luxury item and a good deal at that.
But the cost of replacing an adult seat in your car is a major concern for parents.
Now, with new technology, car seats are being upgraded to include sensors that can detect when a child is in danger and then automatically turn on their seat and prevent it from being stolen.
That means parents will be able to see when their child is being attacked and can immediately turn the seat off and return it to the car seat without breaking the law.
“What we’re seeing is the next wave of technology is going to help us with this,” said Robert E. Johnson, senior vice president of technology innovation for the Seat Research Group.
“We’re going to see the use of the technology to give parents the ability to automatically turn off a seat and return the child to the vehicle, and not only do we have the technology, we have to take advantage of it.”
The sensors are installed in the seats and can detect if a child’s head is resting on the back of the seat.
The seat can then automatically activate and shut the child’s seat back down.
If the sensor detects the child is no longer in danger, it will turn the child back to its seat.
Johnson says the sensors are not perfect and that the technology needs to improve.
The Seat Research group says the technology is not foolproof.
The technology will not be 100 percent effective, Johnson said, because some sensors are more sensitive than others.
Still, he said, the technology has been validated and will help parents.
The companies are testing the technology in more than 100 cars.
The new sensors are based on new technologies called electroencephalography (EEG) and electroencephalogram (EEGs), which are more powerful than the current electroencemonography (euG) devices.
These devices are used in hospital settings, to help assess cardiac rhythm, and to measure blood pressure.
The new sensors can detect the amount of electrical activity in the brain and detect changes in blood flow to the brain, the Seat research group said in a statement.
The sensor will also detect changes to the electrical activity of a child, the company said.
Seat is one of several companies that are looking to add new features to the seats to help parents and children avoid being assaulted in the car.
Some of these features are coming in the form of child restraints that can be adjusted to fit the child in the seat or the ability for the child and parent to wear headphones.
Seat also said it is working on child restraints for parents and child-resistant seats.
Johnson said Seat was one of a few car manufacturers that has already implemented child restraints.
Seat said its products are designed to be simple to use, inexpensive, and safe.
Sebastian Lai, director of research at Seat, said he was not surprised that the sensors have been developed by the company.
He said the sensors will be available soon for consumers to purchase.
Seat is the only company that has the technology.