PARIS – A European research consortium is testing an automatic accident-alert system that would help drivers in a foreign country reach emergency services following an accident. The system would be useful to motorists who may not know where to call for assistance nor speak the language used by nearby police, ambulance services and firefighters. Instead, the E-merge in-car system, developed through the European Road Transport Telematics Implementation Coordination ...

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