In the Apple keynote yesterday there was a clock functionality Cupertino that particularly surprised me. The Apple Watch will have an application that, in addition to monitoring the pulse of a mother can do the same with the baby’s heart rate that develops in your twenty, and you can even hear the beating. If a watch is able to do that, what could get a car? Good question. Develop cars that are concerned about our health is the next step forward from manufacturers. And what better proof than Ford’s latest patent a technology that will know your weight and heart rate at all times .
technology Ford would monitor our weight, and our heart rate to prevent serious diseases, or even a heart attack.
And why Ford wants to know our weight or our heart rate? These two parameters are only a small part of all the aspects that could monitor a car. What is really interesting is the use of that information. Ford Patent data include a provision of medical services, so that before a possible warning as a heart condition, could intervene immediately or even prevent a really serious problem (see patent).
our car is able to collect such detailed information about us can be worrisome , as had at Autoblog. It is. At least concerned about the use that can be made of this information. What really matters is that there is a very strict when it comes to managing information protocol.
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What it does guarantee is that our car, as these technologies advance, develop, and popularize, will become increasingly more like a doctor’s surgery . Maybe you can not diagnose diseases, or write prescriptions with a difficult calligraphy to understand (pardon the cliché), but provide very valuable information for health professionals to warn us of something bad happens in our body, which prevent suffer a heart attack while driving, or to encourage us when we go down in weight and rebuke us for having exceeded the holidays and have practiced too “ball chair”.
What are the 5 most desired by drivers technologies? And 5 that generate less interest?