Recently, according to foreign media reports, Australian cars may soon be equipped with an anti-drunk driving artifact-a sensor that can "sniff out" alcohol.

This sensor uses an infrared beam to measure the amount of carbon dioxide and alcohol molecules in the air inside the car, and can detect the alcohol content in the blood through the air exhaled by the driver in a short time.

If the sensor detects that the alcohol concentration exceeds the legal level, the car will not start.

The developer said that this sensor is more powerful than an alcohol tester and can distinguish between drivers and passengers.

In the next few months, the state of Victoria, Australia will test this new technology.

Once the technology is licensed for safe use, companies will implement the technology on heavy vehicles and fleets.

(Produced by Le Xiaomin)

Editor in charge: 【Luo Pan】