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Automakers Test In-Car Brain Sensors

Wed, 08/17/2011 - 8:46pm
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Several leading carmakers are exploring whether sensors built into the driver's headrest can tell if he or she is too drowsy to drive safely, based on the pattern of electrical activity in the brain. Manufacturers are testing a system that sounds an alarm when the sensors pick up patterns associated with sleepiness.

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