Chrysler Shows Portal Concept Vehicle With Facial Recognition

portal by chrysler

Who is approaching your car? By real-time surveillance and facial recognition, Chrysler’s Portal will tell you. This Technocrat-invented technology will surely spread to other vehicles, providing millions of surveillance points due to its real-time connection to the Internet.  TN Editor

While many of the vehicles unveiled at this year’s CES technology show will be flashy sports cars, Chrysler’s offering is slightly different.

The car company is set to unveil its Portal concept car – an electric minivan focussed towards millennials.
The futuristic vehicle is semi-autonomous, and comes with facial recognition and voice biometrics, as well as a selfie camera.

While many of the vehicles unveiled at this year’s CES technology show will be flashy sports cars, Chrysler’s offering is slightly different. The car company is set to unveil its Portal concept car – an electric minivan focussed towards millennials

Key Features

– Three rows of seat to fit six people

– A selfie camera

– Display for passengers in the back

– Intercom system

– Illuminated doors that can animate

– Facial and voice recognition

– Range of over 250 miles

– Quick charging

– Semi-autonomous

Fiat/Chrysler (FCA) will reveal the electric concept car, which is less about speed than comfort, at CES in Las Vegas today.

The firm says that the vehicle is ‘created by millenials for millenials’, and will be ‘an integral part of their lives.’

The minivan has three rows of seats that can fit six people, with sliding doors separating each.

A selfie camera is fitted in the car, as well as a display for passengers sitting in the back, encouraging them to post about their trip on social media.

And to make sure that everyone in the car can hear each other, the car comes with its own intercom system.

Users will be able to customise settings, including lighting, music and destination, which the car will be able to predict using voice and facial recognition.

Chrysler’s concept minivan has three rows of seats that can fit a total of six people, with large sliding doors separating each

A selfie camera is fitted in the car, as well as a display for passengers sitting in the back, encouraging them to post about their trip on social media

The sliding doors have illuminated edges to show you where to get in and out, and the front lights, side panels and rear all feature LED lights than can change colour.

These can also animate, and be customised to display different signals based on a user’s preference.

Read full story here…

Related Articles That You Might Like

Leave a Reply

Be the First to Comment!

Notify of
avatar
wpDiscuz

The only Authoritative source for

Exposing Technocracy

Stories curated daily from around the world

Subscribe and get the digest!

No SPAM! We will not share your email with any 3rd party.

Thank You for Subscribing!

 

If you don't receive a confirmation email within a few

minutes, please check  your spam/junk folder.

Wath for a confirmation email.