The Anti Sleep Pilot conducts simple random tests to determine whether a driver is fit to drive. It also attaches to a car’s dashboard to monitor and record how you are driving. A green light means you’re fit to drive. Fail the test or drive erratically and the unit will flash red, telling you to stop.
Why it matters
In a fight back against nanny states directing more and more elements of people’s lives, will we see more brands step in to give people control over their own lives, empowering them to make their own informed decisions?
Peugeot has launched a novel city-based rental scheme, Mu, in which you can hire an electric car (the Peugeot i-On) to try it out.
Car-2-Car Communication: Let there be light.
German Company EADG makes bold use of OLEDs (organic light emitting diodes) for its electrically powered ‘Light Car Open Source Project’. The lights help driver-to-driver communication by displaying braking force and warning signs like ‘traffic ahead’ on the back of the car.