Jan 192016
 
 January 19, 2016  Business, Surveillance, U.S.

Joe Cadillic writes:

Auto manufacturers are working with a company called Eyelock to put Myris‘ iris scanners in new cars. Click here to view the Myris Eyelock video.

According to Biometricupdate.com, Eyelock’s iris authentication process takes less than five seconds to complete.

And if that doesn’t concern you, keep reading Joe’s post on emerging technologies. Here’s another part of his post that elevated eyebrows here:

Meanwhile, Ford wants new cars to spy on drivers health

Ford’s research & innovation lab wants wearable apps that monitor (spy on) a drivers health.

“Wearable technology integrated with the vehicle allows for more accurate biometric data to stream continuously and alert active driver-assist systems to become more sensitive if the driver shows signs of compromised health or awareness” Gary Strumolo, global manager for vehicle design and infotronics at Ford Research and Advanced Engineering said.

The surveillance car of the future will measure things like, your wakefulness, blood pressure, blood glucose levels and heart rate!

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