DETROIT – Window technology in automobiles has come a long way. Intier's new "non-contact sensing" window technology detects objects in the path of a closing window and reverse direction. First there was the manual crank: practical, but tiresome. Then came power windows: easier to operate, but painful if your fingers get in the way, especially if you’re a little kid. So-called contact sensing came along to solve this nagging problem. It senses when the window is pinching ...

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