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A research team at Nagoya University is developing a system to help the elderly drive safely using a small robot, with the aim of releasing the technology by 2019.

Authorities in Japan are stepping up measures aimed at encouraging the elderly to give up their driver’s license as the number of fatal road accidents involving drivers aged 75 or older shows no sign of decreasing.

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