[ Music ]
>> Hey what's up guys, it's Brian Tong with CNET here at CES 2008. We're here at the Delphi booth and what we have here behind me is the Delphi Infrared Side Alert system. So what you can see is on the taillight there'll be an infrared temperature sensor here and what it looks for is changes in the temperature. So it will find a base and if anything passes by like a bicycle, a car, a person, this sensor will set off and in your rearview mirror over here, you'll see an icon that pops up in the corner that tells you that there's an object there. Now you won't be able to find this technology anywhere in cars today, but they'll be going into production by the end of this year. I'm Brian Tong with CNET here at CES 2008 and there you have it a First Look at the Delphi Infrared Side Alert System.
[ Music ]
What would it take for you to reveal your data to save others?
Mozilla cuts 25%, Xbox Series X hits in November without Halo...
Now What: How to plan for the next six months of remote work
Judge issues injunction against Uber and Lyft, WeChat ban could...
Huawei chip production shutting down, Twitter talks TikTok, NASA...
President effectively bans TikTok, Samsung Unpacked
Can't travel? Bring the world to you
Nintendo brings in major profits, TikTok gets a new competitor
How Ford is using a Boston Dynamics robot in one of its plants
How Black Girls Code is driving change in the tech industry