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GM Enhances Self-Driving Car Effort With Deal for Strobe

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Seeking to bolster its position in the race to commercialize self-driving cars, General Motors said Monday it has acquired a company that makes lidar, laser-based sensors that helps autonomous vehicles navigate. The nation’s largest automaker by sales said it bought Strobe Inc., a Pasadena, California-based startup with 11 employees. Strobe’s engineers will work with Cruise Automation, the San Francisco autonomous-vehicle developer that GM acquired in early 2016.

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