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Startup’s Automotive Radar Sees People in the Dark

Uhnder looks to improve safety of ADAS systems with a one-chip digital radar device.
Closeup of kid's helmet and bike on a pedestrian lines after danger incident with a car

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By Junko Yoshida

What’s at stake?
Not all advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) are created equal. Automatic emergency braking, particularly, is known to hit pedestrians and cyclists at night. A Texas startup thinks its new radar is the answer.

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