A European project says it is working with tire giant Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. to commercialize tire sensors that can warn motorists of potential blowouts, skids, hydroplaning and other potentially dangerous occurrences. The Eureka research network’s Tyresense project says it is “ready to hit the ground running” with the sensors, which are a few square millimeters in size and embedded into tire treads. The wireless devices are linked to antennae in vehicle wheel casings and can ...
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