UPM's winning device puts drivers to the test


Championing road safety: (From left) Nurul Faqihah, Kiang, Siti Aishah, Mas Athirah and Nurul Syamilah won over the judges with their “Anti-Drunk and Sleep Detector”.

ROAD accidents happen for a number of reasons including drink driving and dozing off behind the wheel.

Tasked with designing road safety interventions, an all-girls’ team from Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) zoomed in on these two common causes and came up with an “Anti-Drunk and Sleep Detector”.

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