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Driver Assistance: Radar or Vision?

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syedzunair
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syedzunair   9/30/2013 6:15:07 AM
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I meant in terms of technology both countries are almost at par. In terms of potential I consider them to be equals. So, if this can be done in the US it can easily be done in Europe. 

nimantha.d
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nimantha.d   9/29/2013 9:50:03 AM
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@Syed: Not really. Why do you think like that way ? Things might be different in those 2 countries, so its not always positive to assume 

syedzunair
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syedzunair   9/28/2013 7:38:58 AM
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I agree with you in principle, Hospice. 

If it can work in Europe it might as well work in America or elsewhere. Time and effort seem to be the only variables to me. 

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Hospice_Houngbo   9/27/2013 8:23:35 PM
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If it works in Europe, it will certainly work in North America - and elsewhere. It will just be a matter of time. A radar-assisted navigation is nothing new though.

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Hailey Lynne McKeefry   9/27/2013 7:07:41 PM
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I'm not surprised that this started in Europe...it seems like it often does. I am wondering how this sort of system might work here. Does anyone know if something like this is in the works for this?



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