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Post Paging Dr. SYNC: Ford developing in-car monitoring of motorist health [w/video]

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Ford bringing healthcare to your car - Click above to watch video after the jump

Ford believes that in-car diagnostic information could be expanded beyond the health of your vehicle. In fact, the automaker is researching ways to make sure you stay healthy. Using its Sync technology and in conjunction with medical professionals, Ford is developing monitoring services and applications for drivers who might suffer from chronic illnesses that range from diabetes to allergies.

Bluetooth, cloud services and Ford apps can work together with medical devices and services, keeping you abreast of a multitude of important health-related information. Ford hopes to provide glucose monitoring services, alerts for allergy sufferers and a connection to the WellDoc platform.

Ford is hoping to go even deeper into the realm of health monitoring and information. The automakers believes that it's not far from having the ability to bring the allergy alerts and glucose monitoring systems to production vehicles. Down the road, Ford hopes to offer systems that monitor the driver's heart rate and stress levels. That information would be useful for the automaker to determine how to make driving a less stressful event. Click past the jump to watch a clip that provides a bit more insight into this research.Continue reading Paging Dr. SYNC: Ford developing in-car monitoring of motorist health [w/video]
Paging Dr. SYNC: Ford developing in-car monitoring of motorist health [w/video] originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 19 May 2011 14:59:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.


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