EU RESEARCHERS DEVELOP IN-CAR COMPUTER THAT LEARNS DRIVING TECHNIQUES

BY KEITH NUTHALL

EUROPEAN Union (EU) researchers are developing an in-car computerised accident protection system, so intelligent - it can assess, learn and predict a motorist's likely response to certain dangerous driving situations. It would use this knowledge to adapt the way automatic braking, steering and stability systems work during an emergency. The Euro 2.6 million EU-funded DIPLECS prohect - http://www.diplecs.eu/

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