Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety




The Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety (DADSS) is a research program to advance the state of alcohol detection technology in vehicles and invent a world without drunk driving.
Read more: nytimes.com & dadss.org
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Electric Vehicles
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