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Nissan to demo Invisible-to-Visible augmented reality system
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6th Jan 2019
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Nissan to demo Invisible-to-Visible augmented reality system

Nissan will demonstrate its Invisible-to-Visible technology at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Vegas, which kicks off this week. The augmented reality system combines data drawn from the car's on-board sensors, and driving and routing data sourced from the cloud.
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Derek Fung
Ford reveals noise-cancelling kennel
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21st Dec 2018
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Ford reveals noise-cancelling kennel

Ford has revealed a new pet accessory concept designed to soothe sensitive ears during the fireworks on New Year's Eve. The Blue Oval cites statistics showing an estimated 45 per cent of dogs in the UK show signs of fear when they hear fireworks, causing distress for the animals and also their owners.
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James Wong
myLearner app launches in Victoria
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12th Dec 2018
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myLearner app launches in Victoria

Victorian learner drivers will today be able to download the new myLearner app, allowing them to turf the paper logbook in favour of a fully-digital setup. Learners submit their hours through the app, at which point they're approved by their supervising driver through a phone or computer.
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Scott Collie
2019 Lexus LS gets more safety kit
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22nd Nov 2018
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2019 Lexus LS gets more safety kit

Lexus Australia has announced some specification upgrades for its flagship LS500 and LS500h limousines, in the form of new active safety and driver assistance technologies. Headlining the additions is a new pedestrian avoidance system which can recognise an imminent collision with a pedestrian and control the vehicle's steering and braking to avoid the accident – dubbed active steering assist.
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James Wong
Daimler, Bosch teaming up for San Jose autonomy trials
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12th Nov 2018
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Daimler, Bosch teaming up for San Jose autonomy trials

Bosch and Daimler are joining forces for level four and five automated vehicle trials in San Jose, California, set to start in the second half of 2019. The companies have signed a memorandum of understanding with the city, flagging an on-demand ride-hailing service set to be offered to a "selected user community" in the San Carlos/Stevens Creek corridor.
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Scott Collie