GPS Tracking in the News for the Week Ending July 19th

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Website provides Driver Fatigue Management Strategies


The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) announced the launch of the North American Fatigue Management Program website,  The NAFMP website represents the culmination of a decade of research, development and testing of a comprehensive fatigue management program, ATRI said.

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New Technology Shows Potential to Detect Drowsy Driving Risk

A University of Leicester research project is making strides in simultaneously capturing data on brain activity and eye movement associated with falling asleep. Researchers hope these advances might eventually help develop a vehicle safety system that can detect when drivers are at risk of falling asleep behind the wheel.

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Drivers Won’t Use Safety Systems If You Don’t Teach Them

I’ve been driving for 30 years now, and in those three decades, I’ve seen a lot of technological changes in both automobiles and commercial vehicles. For me, the two greatest innovations during that time have been keyless entry and intermittent windshield wipers.

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