Every day, people are getting pulled over because they had a little too much to drink and there are those who have to wait a little because they know they drank a lot and have to wait to be able to get their alcohol level below the limit. With all the wearable technology involved with fitness, these help others to keep themselves and others on the road.
Vive is a bracelet that has an alcohol sensor and a dehydration sensor. It was created by a group of students at the University of Washington and won “Best Product Concept” at the Microsoft Research Faculty Summit Design Expo 2014. It aims to avoid to help avoid alcohol related dangers.
The Lapka is a small device that can fit in the palm of your hand and connects to your phone wirelessly via bluetooth. To activate the device you just blow into the device and it can read you blood-alcohol level. Right now this product is sold for $99.
For more devices similar to these, look at this article for more information on the two listed and others.