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University of Minnesota Duluth students Umair Ibrahim (from left), Viet Nguyen, Sai Divya Anne and UMD professor Imran Hayee, seen Friday, Aug. 30, 2013, have developed programming that will give drivers instant information on what’s ahead of them, whether it’s simply slowed traffic due to construction or an accident. (Clint Austin/Duluth News Tribune)

University of Minnesota Duluth group on cutting edge in car safety

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DULUTH -- When cars talk to each other, everyone on the road is safer.

That’s the summation of University of Minnesota Duluth professor Imran Hayee after five years of hard work with his electrical engineering graduate students to create technology that will better inform drivers as they travel in congested areas.

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