The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has praised 13-year-old Bisma Salangi, a pupil at Karachi’s Evergreen Secondary School, for her outstanding achievements.
She has developed anti-sleep spectacles that are intended to keep drivers sleep behind the wheel. This idea aims to improve driving safety and prevent accidents.
Bisma Salangi has been invited to take part in their camp as a result of NASA’s interest in her creative work. She will be able to design new devices and further enhance her talents thanks to this chance.
Bisma Salangi stressed the potential of Pakistanis and the value of perseverance in attaining exceptional things in an interview.
Drowsy drivers are less aware, have brief periods of microsleep, have trouble making decisions, and are more likely to swerve out of their lane. It is critical to promote alternate modes of transportation, identify the dangers of sleepy driving, prioritize getting enough rest, and recognize the symptoms of exhaustion.
Drivers and other road users are seriously at risk from fatigue not just in Pakistan but around the world. According to the World Health Organization, fatigue-related accidents are a significant global contributor to road traffic events.