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Japan's Aisin Seiki Co., a leader in vehicle sensors and electronics, says its new 3-D monitoring technology can determine if a driver isn't looking at the road, even if his head is up and he's wearing sunglasses.
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Japan's Aisin Seiki Co., a leader in vehicle sensors and electronics, says its new 3-D monitoring technology can determine if a driver isn't looking at the road, even if his head is up and he's wearing sunglasses.

Brian Schneble, manager of advanced development sales and marketing at Aisin World Corp. of America, says the advanced system could help a car with self-driving capabilities know when to take control of steering and braking if, for example, the driver is texting or dozes off.

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