A system may include computing devices (e.g., a mobile phone, a tablet computer, a laptop computer, a wearable device, a tracking tag, an Internet of Things (IoT) booster seat, an IoT adaptive headrest, etc.) and vehicles (e.g., an automobile, a motorcycle, a bus, a recreational vehicle (RV), a semi-trailer truck, a tractor or other type of farm equipment, train, a plane, a boat, a helicopter, a personal transport vehicle, etc.). Based on a location of a child with respect to the vehicles (which may be determined using, e.g., Bluetooth™, ultra-wideband technology, sensors of the vehicles, etc.), the system may perform actions to improve child safety. For example, based on the location of the child, the vehicles may change vehicle settings to those suitable for a child (e.g., enable child safety locks, disable power window controls in the rear seats, adjust airbag deployment based on the presence and size of the child, etc.). In this way, the techniques may facilitate the implementation of protection measures for children, ensuring their safety in and near vehicles.

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