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Spain will require all new types of M2 and M3 vehicle, i.e. mini-buses designed to carry more than eight people, buses and coaches, to be fitted with an alcohol interlock device later this year. That coincides with new EU rules that require an interface for such a device on all new types of road vehicle. […]
In May this year, we kicked-off the PANACEA journey with our first virtual project meeting, accompanied by our 16 partners. We shared our visions of the work to be taken up by highlighting the interrelations between the different parts of the project and identifying any early risks and their potential mitigation strategies. We welcome this […]
The South Korean province of Gyeonggi is trialling an alert system that monitors bus drivers’ brainwaves in a bid to reduce accidents and improve safety. The sensors – developed by Hyundai Mobis – will be placed in drivers’ ears and analyse their focus, fatigue and stress levels in real-time. Drivers will receive “visual, auditory and […]
The US government may require monitoring systems to stop intoxicated drivers, which would roll out in all new vehicles as early as 2026, after the Transportation Department assesses the best form of technology to install in millions of vehicles and automakers are given time to comply. The Panacea project is looking at emerging technologies to help prevent […]
If you are on the professional social network LinkedIn, did you know that you can now follow the Panacea project? We will publish our latest updates on the platform, as well as here on our website. Please do go to the page and click ‘follow’ to keep in touch. https://www.linkedin.com/company/77076103/
Legislators in Spain are currently discussing a road-safety proposal which could see alcohol interlocks introduced on buses and lorries from next year. Monitoring alcohol use by professional drivers is one of the areas under investigation by the Panacea project, looking at which emerging technologies could help reduce the problem among various groups, including bus and […]