Volvo Cars to deploy in-car cameras in new vehicle to detect intoxication, distraction

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Volvo believes that in-car cameras and other sensors can help in detecting intoxicated and distracted drivers and significantly improve traffic safety

Volvo Cars has announced plans to equip its all-new vehicles with in-car cameras to detect intoxication and distraction, the Swedish carmaker said in a press release on 20 March. According to the carmaker, in-car cameras and other sensors can help the vehicle to monitor the driver and allow it to intervene if an intoxicated or distracted driver fails to respond to warning signals, which could result in serious accidents.

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