|Headline||Traffic lights hacked to improve traffic flow|
In the Netherlands, there are applications that can be linked to cell phones so that cyclists can ride more safely and find the green light when they have to go through a traffic-light controlled intersection – there are also similar apps for ambulance or truck drivers. However, researchers Wesley Neelen and Rik Van Dujin, both co-founders of the company Zolder, wanted to check whether they could hack traffic lights and alter traffic remotely and from any distance using this app.
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|Data / Life||Other|
|Recognized by brand||No|