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CurAegis device aims to warn of driver fatigue (access required)

Fatigue costs American industries an estimated $411 billion a year in productivity loss, absenteeism and mistakes and accidents, and a typical employer with 1,000 employees can expect to experience more than $1 million lost each year to fatigue. But more than that, sleep deprivation can cost lives. In 2014, actor and comedian Tracy Morgan was seriously ...

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