Turning our 2-Dimensional Prototype into a 3-Dimensional One

Last updated on March 3rd, 2018 at 02:54 pm

The 2-D patent drawings were really just the first step in bringing our concept to life

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With a little more help from our engineer…pets assembly 040425 - iso flat open

we added some color…and some depth…

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and our concept came alive

About the Author

I trained as an EMT in NY, than recertified in Atlanta. I loved being an EMT and was involved with it for several years. I worked on the “Rainbow Response Unit” at Egleston’s Children’s Hospital in Atlanta, and when not on a call, worked in the PICU and NICU, which was both a blessing as well as a heartache because I learned and saw so much. Helping to create a child safety seat for ambulances was my way of making sure children who were already compromised health-wise, would not be put in any more danger. When I realiized I could no longer be an EMT due to medical reasons, I found an alternate outlet for my desire to nuture and protect; I became a dog trainer...something that was always a second love and passion for me. Now, whenever possible, I combine my passion for children and canines by working to make the world a safer place for both. Suzanne is a member of the PedSafe Expert team

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