Google is trying to take advantage of the auto industry to save its radar technology

Google has been building tiny radar chips since 2015 that can tell you how well you sleep and control your smartwatch.

But its work in this technology was not successful enough, especially since the company's "Soli" radar did not achieve commercial success, as it appeared prominently in the "Pixel" phone.

Google has been building tiny radar chips since 2015 that can tell you how well you sleep and control your smartwatch.

But its work in this technology was not successful enough, especially since the company's "Soli" radar did not achieve commercial success, as it appeared prominently in the "Pixel" phone.

Project Ripple makes explicit reference to Google, including several of the company's "Copyright 2021" documents, which state that Google must sign an open-source license agreement to take advantage of the new software.

Ford, for its part, told The Verge that the internal radar may become part of driver assistance technologies.

The automaker says it is currently using "advanced external radars" to work on these features and is expensive.

"We're looking at how to use internal radar as a sensing source not only in the Ford Co-Pilot360's pioneering driver assistance technologies that use advanced external radars, but as a way to develop other features," said Jim Bozkowski, Ford's chief of advanced research and engineering.

He added, "The new software will allow us - with the development taking place in the chip industry - to develop independent programs and give software teams room to innovate."

Ford currently needs this new software that will enable it to reduce the cost of using expensive chips.

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