WARREN, MI â General Motors Co. scientists are working on an enhanced vision system building off current head-up display technology that could greatly improve safety, especially in the area of distracted or inattentive driving. It is unlikely the technology will make it into production anytime before 2017. The system uses expensive night vision, navigation and camera sensors rarely found outside research and development labs. But when it does arrive, drivers will see better in ...
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