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DADSS at Washington Auto Show

The year has been off to a busy start as the DADSS team exhibited at the Washington Auto Show. The show took place January 24th – February 4th at the Washington Convention Center, and featured our new Learning Experience Exhibit, which is the culmination of a year of hard work.

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DADSS Research Program Technical Update – 03/2018

In late 2017, the DADSS Program made substantive progress towards its goal of producing a first-of-its-kind technology that would automatically detect when a driver is intoxicated. Over the last few months, the team has received and begun testing the latest prototypes, overcome some technical challenges, improved existing systems and discovered new information about the absorption of alcohol by the human body—all while preparing for the kick-off of field testing in 2018.


Revolutionary technology could soon stop all drunk drivers

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) – New technology in cars could stop anyone who is over the legal limit, from getting behind the wheel and driving drunk.

It’s revolutionary technology that Lynchburg resident Bridget Moore wishes was available sooner.


WTOP: Program explores tech to keep drunken drivers off the road

January 28, 2017

The Washington Auto Show showcased a lot of technology meant to keep you safer behind the wheel, including one program experimenting with tech to keep drunken drivers off the road.

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DADSS at Washington Auto Show

January 2018 

The DADSS Program will be exhibiting at the Washington Auto Show from January 26th to February 5th.