Kansas City Teen Wins Award For 'Baby Saver' Invention
A local young inventor is poised for the global stage with her life-saving invention, for which she won this year's Kansas City Invention Convention.
Kelly Anne Greene is an 18-year-old with big ideas and an important invention. Greene
thought of and designed the "Baby Saver," a device that monitors the vital signs of children if they are left in a hot car.
Using temperature and proximity sensors, the device can notify the parent or local authorities if the child is in danger.
"I decided to use what I knew and what I could potentially learn to create something that could fix this," Greene says.
- Kelly Anne Greene, Kansas City Invention Convention 2021 winner
- Lucy Howell, chief learning officer, The Henry Ford