Nissan Motor Co. on Monday unveiled new autonomous driving technology designed to prevent accidents by detecting successive sudden moves by cars and pedestrians.
Nissan will work to improve the technology further with the aim of installing it in new vehicles from the mid-2020s and in almost all vehicles by 2030.
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