Spanish resort tests ID bracelets for lost kids on the beach
Fed up with losing kids on its beaches, the Spanish province of Castellón is taking part in a pioneering project involving intelligent beach bracelets that will help reunite lost children with their parents.
The bracelets are being handed out to families for free and are loaded with a chip that contains the parents’ information, though the data is not outwardly visible to others. On average, two to three children get lost on the beaches a day; most are between six and 10 years old. Read more: elpais.com
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