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Filling vital gaps in how driverless cars 'see'

Mr Salehian (left) and Mr Rezk, founders of Aeva.

Above: A sign warning of a laser in use at Aeva, a startup which is developing new sensors that aim to give driverless vehicles a more complete and detailed view of the world around them.

Palo Alto, California

SOROUSH Salehian raised both arms and spun in circles as if celebrating a touchdown.

Across the room, perched on a tripod, a small black device monitored this little dance and streamed it to a nearby laptop. Mr Salehian appeared as a collection of tiny...

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