PARIS, Sept 27 (Reuters) - French car parts maker Valeo and defence electronics and missiles maker Raytheon said on Friday they were teaming up to make radar equipment designed to help car drivers avoid collisions. A joint venture to be called Valeo Raytheon Systems Inc will draw on military technology to help drivers watch the blind spots on their vehicles as well as introduce anti-collision warning systems, the companies said in a joint statement. Their first product will be a Blind ...
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