Spanish automaker SEAT says new 5G technology will allow cars to see into the future and prevent possible conflicts before they occur. But SEAT engineer César de Marco says cars fitted with the technology will only be as successful as the environment they operate in – and local administrations and telecommunication companies first must put the infrastructure in place. Pedestrians, cyclists and motorcycle drivers account for almost half of all traffic-related fatalities in ...

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