DETROIT – The era of autonomous mobility appears to be close at hand. And some automotive experts are apprehensive. At the Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress here, at least one supplier, Aisin World Corp. of America, was talking about cars that can parallel park themselves, with the push of a button. Aisin supplies the system for the Japanese version of the new Toyota Prius. Other suppliers, such as Valeo SA, Continental AG, Delphi Corp. and Denso Corp., spoke of ...

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