Image Matrix Tech on Sky News: Infalurt Child Seat Sensor

In Sunday’s segment on Sky News Australia (Weekend Edition with Tim Gilbert) we looked Infalurt. It is an Australian designed, manufactured and owned in-car alert system that reminds parents their child is still in their car seat.

Each year thousands of Aussie kids are rescued after being left unattended in a car. But help is available thanks to locally developed technology. Infalurt has three simple components: a sensor that sits beneath the child seat, a control unit in an accessible position to the driver and a key fob alarm. The remote sensing technology sounds an alarm if the key holder leaves the car when a child is in the back seat. 


Samsung latest A-series is impressive. They sold a million units last year and in my humble opinion – look just as good if not better – than some of the flagship models. Australia gets all full five A-series models: GalaxyA33 5G, A53 5G and A735G, as well as the A13 4G, A23 4G. Prices from: $329 to $799 AUD. The pick of the bunch when it comes to features and value .. the A53 5G. It’s $699 AUD. So how do they stack up against Apple’s cheap iPhone – SE? At first glance, really well. You get multiple cameras, long battery life and big bright screens.

But Apple sub $1K AUD phone comes with a powerful A15 chip, Touch ID (love that) and updated camera. So you’ll have a fast phone that takes nice photos but you one have one lens. And … no night mode. Prices from: $719 to $969 AUD.

So when it comes to photo options the A-Series wins that one. It also wins the style competition because although the SE is powerful – it looks dated with that massive bezel. But for less than a thousand dollars the 2022 SE will give you years of iOS support to come.


The 2022 version of The Frame looks like a real painting. It really does. It can also rotate from landscape to portrait mode via the remote control when attached to the auto rotating accessory. The Anti Glare Matte Display Film reduces reflections – scattering light across the screen.

The Frame automatically turns on to display your artwork when it senses you’ve entered the room. Leave the room, and it places itself in standby to save energy. The Art Store lets you bring world famous art into your home. Discover more than 1400 classic and modern pieces. Artists get paid – including Australians.

Models range between 32” and 85”. Price = $799 to $4999 for the 85 inch.

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