Steering smarter in the connected car

Hoffmann-Krippner is working with Guttersberg Consulting to bring its SensoFoil sensing technology to the connected car market. This technology will allow the drivers touch on the steering wheel to be ‘sensed’ to ultimately alert the driver and/or the vehicle itself to take corrective action if an unwarranted change in pressure is identified. During the normal course of driving, the pressure on the steering wheel changes and the driver’s hands are constantly moving. SensoFoil allows the tracking

Source: www.automotiveitnews.org

I wonder what happens when you start steering with your knees so you can send text messages. Ok, admit it… 

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