category: technology | 0 comments | submitted by: controlalterdelete | 12 Jul 2011 | email this to a friend
Scientists from the University of Bologna in Italy have developed software that lets cars "communicate" with one another on the road. Similar technology had been used before but this time, said the team, cars would be able to "know" what had happened kilometres ahead. Tests suggest it could reduce motorway pile-ups by 40%.
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