Honda Motor Co. Ltd. says it has developed the world’s first intelligent night vision system, which will be available on the Honda Legend model this fall in Japan. Honda says the system uses images obtained from two far infrared cameras located in the lower section of the vehicle’s front bumper to detect the position and movement of infrared heat-emitting objects. The system then can determine whether the objects are approaching the vehicle’s path, and, based on their size and shape, ...

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