Modern goods and services are increasingly becoming impossible or unprofitable to acquire your own personal property, just to arrange various forms of lease, and the conditions there are more enslaving. But Ford’s latest initiative has surpassed all comparisons – the company intends to patent a system inside the car, which will itself deprive him of the ability to use transport if he allows late payments.

The system connects to the bank and receives data on the delay in payment, after which the psychological, and then the impact on the person begins. For example, a payment reminder can be triggered accompanied by annoying sounds. It can fold the air conditioner into a mobile device or a remote door opening system, get it. In exceptional cases, the transport of many secondary options, without which they become very uncomfortable.

If payments are not received, the system may block access to the car on weekends or travel on routes that do not take on the work of the owner. With an autopilot, the car can itself go to the evacuation point for sending to the bank if the user does not want to return it, but does not pay.

In the advanced version, such a system constantly evaluates the technical condition of the machine, and if it understands that a person does not protect it, then it can take preventive measures to protect it. Which – will be Ford managers, but it cannot be ruled out that the car will turn off the air conditioner on a hot day. Or suddenly he will go to the MOT station, throwing his owner out of the desert by accident and taking the ambassador in the trunk water.

Source: Tech Cult

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