Chevrolet Vehicles Will Let You Know Before They Breakdown
Jan 05, 2015 11:40
What if vehicles could tell you in advance before they have any problems to it? These days, in-vehicle sensors are getting more high tech, allowing the drivers to know the health of their vehicles and receive alerts to potential problems.
Chevrolet will soon introduce this prognostic technology, which will for now be limited to the vehicle's battery, starter motor, and fuel pump using built-in sensors and more.
The data collected will be transferred to OnStar's servers to be analyzed by algorithms and are able to predict when small problems could happen. [Chevrolet]
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