Jeff Greenberg (right) demonstrating the MyFord Touch intelligent test rig (Photo: Gizmag)
Some of the data that Ford has gathered in developing its biometrics systems for use in MyFord Touch (Photo: Gizmag)
The real-time driver readout for the test rig (Photo: Gizmag)
A conference participant tries out the test rig (Photo: Gizmag)
The Ford Motor Company recently invited Gizmag to attend its Go Further With Ford 2012 conference on technological trends, which took place last Tuesday through Thursday in Detroit. One of the presentations that we took in looked at the automaker’s MyFord Touch system, and where that technology may be heading. Among other things, the Ford engineers want the system to be able to automatically ascertain how mentally-taxed the driver is, so it can determine if it should deliver notifications to them, or just shut up and let them drive.
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