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The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration is working with four companies to develop radio-frequency technology that would warn drivers of, for instance, impending intersection collisions and vehicle rollovers. Specifically, the government and vendors are investigating technology called dedicated short-range communications that is related to RFID. The vendors are Mark IV Industries, Raytheon, Sirit, and TransCore. A prototype system co-developed by the quartet is expected to be ready for testing in about 18 months.
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