Sep 022014
 
 September 2, 2014  Surveillance

domain-b reports:

General Motors plans to launch the world’s first smart cars with eye and head-tracking technology that would warn drivers if they were checking their phones or getting distracted while driving, technology social network cbronline reported.

Japanese automotive safety systems supplier Takata has signed a contract with Australian firm Seeing Machines to supply these tracking devices for 500,000 vehicles over the next five years for the US car manufacturer.

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