The cars will use face and finger print recognition.
The cars are getting more and more intelligent day by day which is the reason that many car makers are introducing new techniques to make them more secure and more personalized.
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Continental is going to introduce the new intelligence of the time that will now be included in cars. The technology will be introduced in CES 2017 by Continental motors.
The company is using a number of technologies in order to make sure that the customers get the best experience. They are going to introduce a keyless entry system and start system (PASE) which is known as Passive Start and Entry. Another important component will be biometrics elements.
"The integration of biometric elements brings our expertise in systems integration to the forefront, as we are linking our access control solution with other intelligent systems in vehicles to ensure increased comfort and safety for all passengers," said Michael Crane, head of Continental's Body & Security business unit, North America.
"In addition, the access systems allow us to only control specific components as needed. This means that components are not required to operate continuously, which saves energy and increases efficiency."
The technology will make sure that the owners of cars find new possibilities and horizons in the field of personalization of cars. The cars will become customized and totally personalized like that of a smartphone of this era with this kind of activity.
The fingerprint scanning will make sure that the car of an individual gets authentically personalized. The finger print controlling will control engine starting. This can be a great step in ensuring securing of vehicles in the automotive industry.
The biometric component will mean that the person will have to make sure that the finger print is required before starting the car through the key. The key alone won’t be sufficient for the rider to take the car anywhere.
The system will also be connected to an internal camera that will make sure that the system of car is personalized according to the customized settings of the person sitting in the car. For example the camera will recognize the user and will formulate the settings of music, temperature, mirror position and other settings according to their choice.
Continental will outline its latest developments in digital mobility and automated driving during CES 2017 Media Days on January 4, from 10 – 10:45 a.m.