Bus drivers’ brainwaves monitored in South Korean safety pilot

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 tactile alerts” if they are deemed to be driving carelessly or are drowsy.

Read more on the Cities Today website.

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