We’re on a mission to save lives.

You can rest easy knowing that your child is always safe with our Forget Me Not alarm. And if for some reason they are left in the car, the alarm will sound and notify you immediately. Don’t take any chances – Learn more about Forget Me Not alarm today!

Our Mission

We are doing something about the problem

A life saving device for todays active families


Know the Facts

34 Children die and thousands injured annually by heatstroke(988 deaths since 1998). 78 pets reported, hundreds are not. A child's body temperature rises three to five times faster than an adult's. When a child is left in a hot vehicle, that child's temperature can rise quickly — and they could die within minutes.


The Solution

The Forget-Me-Not alarm is a helpful device that reminds us of your child when you open the car door. This innovative system provides a reminder to parents, grandparents, and pet owners when their children or animals are in the car.


We care about families

As a parent, nothing is more important than the safety of your children. With this simple and effective device, you can have peace of mind knowing that your child is always safe.

Our Timeline

We’ve made great progress


Patent completed & approved

After years of hard work, we are proud to announce that our patent has been approved. This means that our product engineering drawings, BOM's and CAD's are also complete.


Prototypes built for testing and trials

Prototypes are built for the testing and trials that need to take place before release.


Meetings held with major players in the industry

Initial meetings were held with major players in the industry who validated the concept and gave input. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive, with all parties expressing a keen interest in seeing the project move forward. The input gathered during these initial meetings was instrumental in shaping the final product.


Pursuing funding for tools, manufacturing, marketing

We are excited to pursue funding for new tools, manufacturing, and marketing initiatives. These efforts will allow us to expand our operations and bring our products to even more people. We are confident that these investments will pay off, and we look forward to seeing the results.

Your People

Our team

Passion for a problem, past success and experience

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Emily Hossann

Emily Hossann from Sparrow Bush, NY, heard about the dangers of leaving a child in a car. This happens too often and can happen to anyone. So she worked out a very effective solution with Mars Rising Network. They refined her invention so that it can be turned into a commercial product. Emily was determined to create an easy to use product to alert parents and caregivers to achild in the car. She set out to create the concept now patented as the Forget Me Not Alarm℠.

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Bruce Hayes

Bruce Hayes is directly assisting Forget Me Not Alarms founder Emily Hossann to develop a successful company, product, marketing, distribution and manufacturing strategies to enable anddrive the rapid growth of the Forget Me Not Alarm. His work as a consultant has helped many fortune 500 companies achieve great results.

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Mike Wieckowski, PhD

Mike and his team are providing Forget Me Not Alarms℠ with Engineering and Technologyresources to develop successful, reliable and manufacturable hardware, software, mechanicaland industrial designs in support of products that save lives. Mike received his Doctorate in Engineering at the University of Rochester and later spent 3 yearsas part of the post doctorate program at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI.

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As a parent, nothing is more important than the safety of your children.
Unfortunately, it can be all too easy to forget them in the car on a hot day.
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