In a blatant attempt to up the Swedish safety wars, Saab is testing a "Driver Attention Warning System (DAWS)." DAWS uses two small infrared cameras mounted near the top of the dash that monitor head and eye movement. I wonder if that means when you stare at the navigation screen, shown in the picture clearly below the cameras, an alarm will sound. Supposedly if you are not looking at the road an audible beep ensues and the brakes pulse briefly. The AutoWeek testers got a mere two seconds before a beep went off. I would disable this system ASAP if it went off that fast.
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