Michigan Touts GapSense Software to Control Data Traffic
University of Michigan researchers' GapSense software enables devices to communicate with one another, exchanging simple stop and warning messages so their communications collide less often. Tests of GapSense have shown it can reduce interference by more than 88 percent on some networks with diverse devices, according to the university. The university is pursuing patent protection for the intellectual property and is seeking commercialization partners to help bring the GapSense to market.
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