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Duluth students working on vehicle communication

KSTP-TV News, August 18, 2013
New technology promises to prevent crashes as well as keep traffic moving through work zones and rush hours. Vehicle-to-vehicle technology is being pioneered at the University of Minnesota Duluth by professor Imran Hayee and his electrical engineering graduate students. They are essentially programming wireless devices to allow cars to “talk” to each other using dedicated short-range communication devices, or DSRC devices.

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