ZF working with neuro-technologists to develop technology to prevent motion sickness

Corporate developments

Artificial intelligence applies driving dynamics and physiological markers of motion sickness to develop driving features

ZF is working together with neuro-technologists from Germany’s Saarland region to develop technology to detect motion sickness at an early stage, the company announced in a press release on 12 July.

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