Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is making an effort to go beyond radar-, sonar- and laser-based driver assistance systems as it invests in 3-dimensional, vision-based technologies for automotive applications. Through its Honda Strategic Venturing (HSV) unit, the Japanese auto maker has spent more than ¥586.7 million ($5 million) over the past three years to assist Canesta Inc. in developing new automotive safety applications for its CanestaVision electronic perception chips. “Among the leading-edge ...

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