Car technology tracks driver's health

03/6/2013 | Healthcare IT News

Ford has entered the health care market with the development of ways to use its SYNC technology to monitor a driver's health. SYNC, which is already in 5 million Ford cars, could track the blood pressure, blood sugar and stress of drivers and suggest alternate routes whenever pollen allergy symptoms are identified.

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