Kenworth Truck Co., a division of PACCAR Inc., adds the optional Kenworth Night Vision System to its Class 8 product line, which gives truck drivers more time to see and react to potential road hazards than do conventional headlights, says Kenworth. The night vision system, which uses military technology, has a heat-sensing, infrared camera mounted outside the cab to detect and transmit images to an in-cab display unit, helping the driver see pedestrians, animals and objects up to 1,500 ...

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