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Israeli startup babyark propelling car seat safety to new heights

Military-grade technology and advanced materials help form 'protective shield'

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Image: Babyseat next to a smartphone with the babyark app; Copyright: babyark Inc.

The seat base has 14 sensors and an LED light system that connects with an app to guide proper installation of the seat and provide safety alerts, if necessary. Copyright: babyark Inc.

23/06/2023

Image: babyark logo; Copyright: babyark Inc.

Shy Mindel spun babyark Inc. out of his previous startup, Mobius Protection Systems Ltd.. Copyright: babyark Inc.

Image: babyark babyseat; Copyright: babyark Inc.

Using high-tech, military-grade materials and "Ferrari aesthetics," the new babyark child safety seat sets a new standard in safety, Mindel says. Copyright: babyark Inc.

Image: babyark app 'seat incorrect' screenshot; Copyright: babyark Inc.

The app confirms the seat is properly installed and can even alert the user if a child is left unattended inside the vehicle. Copyright: babyark Inc.

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