Since I forgot to write about the other article about the girl who got saved in the pool, i will write something brief about it now. I think that if that type of equipment was more affordable, a lot less children would drown every year. An issue with having such high-tech equipment is having people who are around to respond to the alarm if it is activated. There needs to be people who are well trained and can act quickly to ensure that the alarm can help save a person's life. The article only told us the cases that the camera/alarm saved people, are there incidences that it did not? That's also something that we need to think about before spending tons of money on this sort of technology.