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Nissan’s Robots: They're Really Fish : Greentech Media CHIBA, Japan -- If we can get drivers to behave like smelt, we can start cutting gas. That was one of the messages from Nissan at Ceatec, the large technology trade show taking place this week outside of Tokyo. Fish swimming in schools maintain a relatively constant distance with the fish in front of it and any swimming on the side. As a result, they don't bash into each other and move along at an orderly pace. By putting sensors in a car that can detect other cars around it and communicate with them, traffic accidents as well as jackrabbit starts, lane shifting and traffic jams could be reduced, said Minoru Shinohara, senior vice president in the technology development division at Nissan.
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