Pranavh Joshua Vallabhaneni, UHS sophomore, was featured in a recent story by The Philadelphia Inquirer for his award-winning prototype invention, Baby Saver - Hot Car Alert Device. Pranavh invented a device that sends different automated alerts to parents and local authorities when the temperature inside the car crosses certain thresholds.
He won first place in his grade category and the Safety Award from Invention Convention Worldwide for his innovative invention.
Read the full story here:
Philadelphia Inquirer: Teen inventor wins awards for technology that could save kids’ lives
We are so proud of Pranavh for his problem-solving skills, hard work, and dedication to making the world a better place and keeping children safe! #UCFProud