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Car seat may prevent theft by identifying driver

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January 23, 2016
Car seat may prevent theft by identifying driver

A car seat with an inbuilt technology to measure its driver’s weight may soon be able to prevent theft, researchers say. This avant-garde product developed by researchers at the Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology in Tokyo identifies its driver by measuring the pressure their body puts on its 360 sensors. Every sensor measures the driver’s...
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New car seat recognises driver’s unique ‘bottom-print’ – and could spell an …

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September 1, 2013
New car seat recognises driver’s unique ‘bottom-print’ – and could spell an …

360 pressure sensors in seat find unique 'print'98 per cent accurateEasier to use than face recognition, which requires people to stand still By Daily Mail ReporterLast updated at 8:41 PM on 28th December 2011 Biometric security systems usually on unique, unchangeable 'markers' such as fingerprints.But Japanese scientists have identified another unique feature which can...
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Japanese Developing Car Seats that Identify Drivers – CarBuzz

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October 16, 2012

Can sensors in your car seat prevent it from being stolen? Originally posted 2011-12-25 19:00:23. Article source: http://www.carbuzz.com/news/2011/12/25/Japanese-Developing-Car-Seats-that-Identify-Drivers-7706505/Tweet
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Beyond the Personal Automobile

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August 7, 2012

The connected car has finally arrived. Our smart phones sync up with our dashboards, and soon vehicle-to-vehicle communication could make car crashes a thing of the past. Ford recently announced it's working on a "smart seat" that will detect when a driver is having a heart attack. What could be better? How about using technology...
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Car Seat Sensors Can ID Drivers by Their Bottoms

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July 26, 2012
Car Seat Sensors Can ID Drivers by Their Bottoms

When Larry David calls out “I'd know that tush anywhere!,” hilarity (and trouble) quickly ensues. When your car says it – or at least, thinks it – the result is the engine starting and personal comfort preferences like climate control and seat positioning being remembered and activated, hands free. It's still sort of hilarious,...
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Molecular machinery

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January 23, 2012
Molecular machinery

HAYDEN WALLES Grease, steam, noise and pounding metal were the hallmarks of the earliest machines of the Industrial Revolution. Those machines still exist, but the machines we are most familiar with in the 21st century, and the ones that we are most proud of, are generally small, smooth, clean and quiet. Few machines epitomise...
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