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Nidec Mobility, University of Waterloo to develop sensor to detect unattended infants, pets in cars

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Nidec Mobility aims to have a proof-of-concept prototype ready by early 2020

Nidec Mobility has announced that under its partnership with the University of Waterloo, it will develop a radar sensor and in-vehicle camera to detect unattended infants and pets in hot cars, a press release on 24 December read.

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