The 'STOPSLEEP' Anti-Sleep Alarm Measures Drowsiness for Safety

By: Michael Hemsworth - Sep 28, 2016
References: amzn & thegadgetflow
Designed to be worn on the fingers during long drives, the 'STOPSLEEP' is an anti-sleep alarm that will continuously monitor the driver's fatigue level and let them know when they need to take a break.

Driving for long periods of time can have drivers unsure of when they are in need of a break, despite potentially not feeling very affected by fatigue.

The 'STOPSLEEP' alarm works by continuously monitoring a driver's electrodermal activity through the eight built-in sensors. When a driver's levels begin to dip below what would be considered the safe range, the 'STOPSLEEP' will let drivers know via a built-in alarm.

Being that driver fatigue is a direct cause of thousands of deaths and injuries each year, the 'STOPSLEEP' anti-sleep alarm comes as an effective, 21st century approach to keeping drivers and passengers safe.