Kia is working on autonomous cars and will be showing off it’s Real-Time Emotion Adaptive Driving System at CES. The Company says it’s AI based system can adapt vehicle interiors to a passenger’s emotional state by using sensors to monitor their heart rate, facial expressions and electrothermal activity.
Based on it’s Reading the READ system personalizes the cabin interior, taking into account all five sense. Music response vibration seats is also the part of system. The passenger seat can also provide massages and haptic alerts connected to the vehicles driver-assist system.
“Kia considers the interactive cabin a focal point for future mobility, and the R.E.A.D. System represents a convergence of cutting-edge vehicle control technology and AI-based emotional intelligence,” Hyundai Motor Group’s head of research and development
“The system enables continuous communication between driver and vehicle through the unspoken language of ‘feeling’, thereby providing an optimal, human-sense oriented space for the driver in real-time” Albert Biermann, said in a statement.