In The Future, Your Car Will Read Your Biology to Make Decisions for You
Olea Featured in futurism.com. An article by Kristin Houser
"...At the 2017 Consumer Electronics Showcase in Las Vegas, German automaker Continental debuted their Biometric Access System. Drivers in cars with the system must provide fingerprint authentication to start the engine, helping prevent theft. Meanwhile, an interior camera uses facial recognition software to adjust the car’s settings based on the driver, ensuring a more comfortable, personalized experience....”
"...Meanwhile, Olea Sensor Networks has created a device that attaches to the seat belt in a car to monitor the driver or passenger’s vital signs. In the case of an accident, it can even automatically notify first-responders, letting them know the passengers’ identities and conditions.