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Research into drowsy drivers

Swedish and Israeli researchers working within the European Eureka research network are developing a steering wheel sensor able to detect whether a driver is becoming dangerously fatigued or drowsy.

Existing systems have tended to focus on signs of tiredness in eyes, but this 1.76 million project system will analyse steering wheel handling.

 

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