At this time Little Feet Safety Systems is just beginning its journey into the market place. Lawn equipment accidents are not isolated to the US market. Unfortunately, it happens all over the world. For this reason we hope that manufacturers and global suppliers of agricultural type equipment utilize our product. This would rapidly give equipment consumers the highest level of protection available, and we believe dramatically reduce the related injury statistics. In the future we are determined to have retro-fit kits available to install on existing lawn equipment. The kit will consist of a sorted amount of transmitter tags. Also in the kit will be the relay/receiver unit. This component will be configured to easily wire onto almost any existing type of power equipment . Simply put the tags on apparel your child routinely wears outdoors or on their person, and let the system keep them safe from a tragic accident.
Over 300,000 lawn mowing accidents per year, over 800 children's limbs being amputated annually, and only three basic safeties from manufactures in over 40 years that stop rotating blades on lawn mowers. What we need is an automatic proximity safety shutdown.
For the sake of our children, it's time for the first fully automatic safety system.
This system ensures a safe condition is present when potentially dangerous equipment is in proximity to a child. Once widely used it will save hundreds of thousands of children's limbs, and prevent flying debris injuries. This new system requires no visual or hearing observation, nor any action to be performed by the operator to enable a safe condition when a child, adult, or pet wearing a tag transmitter is within the danger zone. The new system is not a nuisance to the operator and will seldom, if ever be bypassed like the existing three safeties the industry has offered over the past 40 years. At Little Feet Safety Systems we believe children and parents deserve our best effort and technology to nullify a potentially dangerous event that a child cannot perceive or an adult may not have time to react to.
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