NEW YORK – A Ford Premier Automotive Group model will be first to offer NightEye, a night-vision system that debuted at the New York Auto Show. Unlike the Raytheon Systems Co. black-and-white infrared technology system General Motors Corp. uses in the Cadillac DeVille, NightEye is a color optical system. The Dearborn, MI, police department currently is testing a prototype NightEye system. Ron Miller, a technical specialist at Ford Motor Co.'s research laboratory, says a production ...

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