Indoor prevention suffocation system(IPSS)

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Dmaide, Hamza
Aqel, Dania
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The number of child hot car deaths for 2020 was 24 the majority of them happen because someone forgets a child in a car. On average, 38 children under the age of 15 die each year from suffocation after being left in a car. Nearly every state has experienced at least one death since 1998. In both 2018 and 2019 a record number of 53 children died after being left in a hot vehicle. As a result, developing an " Indoor prevention suffocation system (IPSS) ", come to solve this problem, at first our system check if there's a child in the car, the system knows if there's a child using sound or movement, if there were a child crying and there's no danger to his life, music will start and the lights turn on, if there is a child and there's a dangerous such that the proportion of co2 is increased, immediately the system will call the family phone, also they can talk with there children if the family does not answer after a specific time the window will open automatically and the car alarm will start, after that, the system will give the parents another chance to serve their children, if the parents late and the children still need help, the system will send a message with location to civil defense