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Tesla wants to use radar sensors to detect kids left in hot cars

Tesla wants to use radar sensors to detect kids left in hot cars

Future Tesla cars may come with a built-in feature that can make sure no kids are left behind in hot cars. The company said that as per National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. data, over 50 children died inside hot cars in 2019. Hence the automaker has asked the FCC for permission to market a short-range interactive motion sensing device that uses a higher power level than current rules allow.

Milan
Milan
Steven
Steven 3 months

Weird because my 2016 Chevrolet definitely has motion detection when you try to reach into the roof or through a window. Instantly sets off the alarm, and this is working within current regulations. I'm not sure I understand why they would need to increase the power. I'm not necessarily against it, but I wonder if there's more to the story.

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