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Horiba to support development of self-driving vehicles

Instrument maker shifts away from tracking emissions with rise of electric cars

Horiba's car-testing facility in Shiga Prefecture.

KYOTO, Japan -- Horiba is broadening its services to automakers to include support for the development of self-driving vehicles.

The Japanese manufacturer of precision instruments for measurement and analysis intends to offer test-driving services to automakers, and to support the development of technologies for designing engines, suspensions and chassis for self-driving vehicles.

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