German researchers at the Technical University of Munich, Germany, embed sensors in a vehicle steering wheel that automatically can detect a range of health issues and warn drivers that they should not be on the road. The data is recorded by a circular conductivity sensor on the steering wheel, along with a red glowing sensor that measures blood-oxygen saturation. The sensors can recognize human conditions ranging from feeling faint to suffering a heart attack merely by evaluating ...
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