Through the use of a newly developed headlight technology called BeamAtic Premium, made by Valeo SA of France, Japanese drivers may soon be able to keep their high beams on without worrying about blinding drivers of oncoming traffic. BeamAtic works by utilizing cameras and image processing software that can identify oncoming vehicles, and dousers attached to the headlights can move to deflect light. Valeo is in talks with Japanese automakers to offer this headlight technology as a factory installed option.
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