Few people will argue that texting is
alright during the ride, as it takes the driver to remove their gaze from the
road ahead to the screen of their smartphone, a silly action that could cause
the vehicle to move in A terrible way to familiarize with the back end of
another vehicle, a man, or, in cases where the eyes are out of the road for a
really long time, a house.
Texting while driving has become the
number one driving diversion for many people. Drivers must be aware of the
dangers and their attention to the road, not to their mobile phones or other
On the other hand, some people say
that it is a good idea to make a phone call while they are behind the wheel, as
the driver can still see what is happening and can react quickly with two hands
on the wheel To all sudden events.
However, a team of researchers at the
Anna University of Technology in Tamilnadu, India say that even talks with
hands-free kits can affect the driving ability. "The choice and holding of a
phone during the steering can be an immediate physical hazard, but the actual
talk also distracts the attention of a driver," said Teamchef Abdul Shabeer,
explaining that the braking response slows down when one calls a mobile phone
during the Ride used as well as the time It takes to respond to traffic
signals. A worse track discipline is another factor.
As a result, Shabeer and his team have
developed a system that can detect if a driver is using his handset when the
vehicle is moving, and if so, block the signal, causing the device to stop
To ensure that the passengers in the
car can continue to use their mobile devices, a low range mobile phone
jammer is used.
The system using radio frequency
identification (RFID) technology could also send a signal to the nearby traffic
cops to know that a driver is trying to use his telephone.
While we can not imagine an automotive manufacturer bringing technology into
his vehicles that could plunge into the driver to the policeman, the inclusion
of a signal disturbance seems to be a possibility, especially if it was part of
an agreed, coordinated move to automobile manufacturers