KNOXVILLE — University of Tennessee students have developed an automobile tail light replacement that can warn following cars of an abrupt braking situation.
The deceleration-sensitive brake light illuminates normally during regular braking, but flashes rapidly during a sharp braking action.
The students developed the brake light as part of an innovative program at UT that offers a combined engineering/business master’s degree, with an emphasis on developing products and getting them to market.
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Click here to read the News Sentinel story on the program.