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Using Radar to Detect Kids in Hot Cars

24-Aug-20 12:45

Using Radar to Detect Kids in Hot Cars

It’s painfully common, but very much preventable. Hundreds of kids around the world have died of heatstroke after being left in hot cars, just like the 4-year old in Sungai Petani last week. We discuss what Tesla is doing to make sure no kids are inadvertently left behind in hot cars.


Produced by: Audrey Raj

Presented by: Audrey Raj and Freda Liu


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