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Processor fuses multiple imaging streams to sense vehicle surroundings

9/24/2010 07:13 PM EDT
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Britto Edward
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Britto Edward   3/10/2011 6:33:21 AM
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Amazing technology, Actually Fuji heavy industries, the maker of Subaru brand in Japan has this technology in their cars. "Collision avoidance". The car will automatically apply brakes, on "seeing" a blockade. This is used to prevent crashing into cars when on a heavy traffic ... http://www.subaru.jp/eyesight/eyesight/

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prabhakar_deosthali   9/26/2010 11:16:11 AM
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This is something good that Volvo has aimed at. But making things automatic sometimes makes the man behind the machine more careless and shifting the blame on the system rather than himself when something wrong happens. the Auto pilot system of the airplanes has been found to have been misused by the pilots to doze off while the planes veered to no-mans land.

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