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January 27th, 2004

Wireless sensors may let road talk to car

Suppose the road could tell you there were rough times ahead? Dr. Mohamed Saafi, of Alabama A&M University, is working on nanotechnology to give streets that kind of smarts. He's developing very tiny transceivers that can be planted in pavement to report on temperature, moisture, stresses and other conditions.

Huntsville Times

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