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Ford Experiments With In-Car Sensors To Predict Driver Behavior, Cut Stress

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edited September 2014 in Ford

imageFord Experiments With In-Car Sensors To Predict Driver Behavior, Cut Stress

Ford predicts that in-car sensors will be the next big thing in vehicles.

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  • No, Ford vehicles are NOT getting smarter and smarter, just more complicated and distracting, which is stupid. I recently rented a Ford Taurus, a very nice car EXCEPT for the electronics. The Bluetooth didn't work properly and all of the climate and audio controls required you to take your attention from the road. The steering wheel has something like 17 buttons, and they are glitchy at best. It was literally easier to fly an airplane the first time than to navigate the controls in that Ford.

    If my new Ford made me miss an important phone call because it decided that I needed to miss it, I would probably drive right through the wall of the nearest Ford dealer and demand my money back.
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