Ford uses wearables to increase driver safety: A compelling solution that opens up new challenges along the way

Earlier this year, automaker Ford announced the opening of the Automotive Wearables Experience Lab as the newest addition to its Research and Innovation Center. The goal of this initiative is to link wearables' health data to active vehicle driver-assist features so that the car is more aware...

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