Nagoya team working on robot to help elderly drivers stay alert, safe

A research team at Nagoya University is developing a system to help the elderly drive safely using a small robot, with the aim of releasing the technology by 2019. Authorities in Japan are stepping up measures aimed at encouraging the elderly to give up …
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