DETROIT – At night, traffic is about one-fifth the volume experienced in daylight hours – yet half the fatalities in the U.S. occur after darkness falls, says Werner Uhler of Robert Bosch GmbH. It is motivation enough to continue work on night vision driver assistance systems to reduce reaction times and make drivers aware of an obstacle sooner. Night vision systems have graduated from ultrasonic technology with 8.2 ft. (2.5 m) of range to short-range radar sensors providing night ...

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