To improve nighttime driving visibility, the Night Vision thermal-imaging system from Raytheon

To improve nighttime driving visibility, the Night Vision thermal-imaging system from Raytheon Systems Co. will be available as an option in the Model 2000 Cadillac de Ville sedan. It consists of a fixed lens with a 12° horizontal by 9° vertical field of view and a 320 x 240-pixel detector subassembly mounted behind the front grille and a head-up LCD display that projects adjustable, grainy, black and white, real-time negative images on the driver`s side lower windshield. The temperat

To improve nighttime driving visibility, the Night Vision thermal-imaging system from Raytheon Systems Co. will be available as an option in the Model 2000 Cadillac de Ville sedan. It consists of a fixed lens with a 12° horizontal by 9° vertical field of view and a 320 x 240-pixel detector subassembly mounted behind the front grille and a head-up LCD display that projects adjustable, grainy, black and white, real-time negative images on the driver`s side lower windshield. The temperature-sensitive system uses infrared technology to detect stationary and moving objects at a range up to five times longer than the distance covered by standard high-beam headlights.

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