School bus drivers to test sobriety sensors
from The Record
School bus drivers will soon be road testing a new technology designed to prevent drinking and driving. The pilot project, a partnership between local startups blueRover and Sober Steering Sensors Canada and school bus operator Voyageur Transportation, will see three buses outfitted in a test run that's hailed as a first for North America. Using Sober Steering's chemical sensors built into steering wheels, the system can tell if a driver has been drinking by analyzing their skin. The sensors can be adjusted to whatever standard desired including zero tolerance for booze.
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