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Toyota safety system steers itself to avoid crashes

A car that can steer itself away from an impending crash is among a number of new safety technologies currently under development at Toyota Motor Corp. headquarters in Japan. The advanced collision avoidance system uses millimetre-wave radar technology, stereo cameras and infrared beams to analyse an impending crash and calculate to what degree it needs [...] Original article from: Australian Car Advice - Australia's largest independent Auto site.
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