NOVI, MI – Automakers are scrambling to line up lidar suppliers – in some cases through acquisitions – as they march toward Level 3 autonomy and beyond. But an Israeli developer says it is nearly ready with new radar technology that could lessen the need for lidar – or eliminate it altogether. Conventional wisdom is Level 3 and above autonomous vehicles will need a triumvirate of sensors, including radar, camera and lidar systems to detect objects around a vehicle ...

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