What's the WORST thing about any long road trip? If you ask me, it's getting stuck on a two-lane highway behind a giant, slow semi truck. It can be dangerous to overtake just because they're big and hard to see around.
In fact, in Argentina one person is killed every hour in a car crash, most of them stemming from a vehicle attempting to pass a big truck on a two-lane highway.
With all this in mind, Samsung decided to take action. Its new "Safety Trucks" have cameras installed at the front and has four monitors placed on the back of the truck. The front cameras live stream what is happening on the road ahead and the images are then displayed on the back panels. This way, you can see if a car is coming before you attempt to pass the slow semi.
Even though this is brilliant technology and could potentially be a game changer, it's unlikely we see it integrated into every day semi trucks. The price is high and most trucking companies are already running on tight budgets.