Ford and ADT produce Canopy Vehicle Safety Systems

Years ago, to build and support Ford's mobility technology, we created an in-house startup incubator called FordEx. The FordX is released with the latest version A called Canopy, a 60/40 joint venture with security company ADT. Canopy wants to do what Ring did for the front porch and driveway of the vehicle. In short, we want to cover what's happening around the car with 24/7 live streaming video and respond to potential threats with audio and more. The first product will not be available in the US and UK until next year. Commercial and pick-up van owner. It is an easy-to-install camera with a variety of sensors, such as radar and acoustic sensors, located in the cargo area of ​​the van or behind the pickup cabin with a view of the bed. And yes, it works through a subscription service.  Ford and ADT have developed an AI that claims to know the difference between Opossums and benign attacks like cats and thieves. Vehicle owners can access the video feed to see what's happening at any time. Canopy notifies the owner via the app when a real threat is detected, such as broken glass or noises such as metal wire cutters. The system automatically alerts the ADT in situations where a human surveillance officer might contact the owner, fleet manager or police. Finally, the update enables the ability to speak to the threat owner via the Canopy Camera speaker if needed. Or play ED-209 with a preprogrammed message telling Perp that it will take 10 seconds to follow the instructions.  The first product will be launched as part of Ford Pro for Ford cars, but the plan is to have a brand-independent system sold at retailers, large retailers and online. The cameras arriving next year are independent components, but planned product developments include a canopy system that connects to the vehicle's cameras and sensors to assist commercial users and anyone looking to protect their belongings. .. Assurance was also an idea that emerged during two years of testing here and in the UK. Christian Moran, FordEx director and interim CEO of Canopy, said: Imagine walking into a dark, empty parking lot. You can see around the car using the app. ,

Years ago, to build and support Ford's mobility technology, we created an in-house startup incubator called FordEx. The FordX is released with the latest version A called Canopy, a 60/40 joint venture with security company ADT. Canopy wants to do what Ring did for the front porch and driveway of the vehicle. In short, we want to cover what's happening around the car with 24/7 live streaming video and respond to potential threats with audio and more. 

The first product will not be available in the US and UK until next year. Commercial and pick-up van owner. It is an easy-to-install camera with a variety of sensors, such as radar and acoustic sensors, located in the cargo area of ​​the van or behind the pickup cabin with a view of the bed. And yes, it works through a subscription service.

Ford and ADT have developed an AI that claims to know the difference between Opossums and benign attacks like cats and thieves. Vehicle owners can access the video feed to see what's happening at any time. Canopy notifies the owner via the app when a real threat is detected, such as broken glass or noises such as metal wire cutters.

The system automatically alerts the ADT in situations where a human surveillance officer might contact the owner, fleet manager or police. Finally, the update enables the ability to speak to the threat owner via the Canopy Camera speaker if needed. Or play ED-209 with a preprogrammed message telling Perp that it will take 10 seconds to follow the instructions.

The first product will be launched as part of Ford Pro for Ford cars, but the plan is to have a brand-independent system sold at retailers, large retailers and online. The cameras arriving next year are independent components, but planned product developments include a canopy system that connects to the vehicle's cameras and sensors to assist commercial users and anyone looking to protect their belongings. .. Assurance was also an idea that emerged during two years of testing here and in the UK. Christian Moran, FordEx director and interim CEO of Canopy, said: Imagine walking into a dark, empty parking lot. You can see around the car using the app. ,

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