Tesla seeks approval for sensor that could detect child left in hot cars

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Tesla seeks approval for sensor that could detect child left in hot cars

Using millimetre-wave radar.

Tesla asked the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for approval to market a short-range interactive motion-sensing device that could help prevent children from being left behind in hot cars and boost theft-prevention systems. The California automaker wants permission to use unlicensed ...

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