Fingerprint sensing in the car: a security or convenience feature – or both? : Page 6 of 6

April 29, 2016 //By Raja Bose, Synaptics
Fingerprint sensing in the car: a security or convenience feature – or both?
For more than five years, car manufacturers have looked to the smartphone to provide a model for the development of an increasingly sophisticated user experience, particularly for the driver. Cars have followed the smartphone’s lead by, for instance, providing a larger Centre Information Display (CID) screen offering higher resolution and fast, responsive capacitive touch sensing.
may be introduced.

 

Today, however, capacitive fingerprint sensing is both liked and understood by users of smartphones, and it provides a ready-made way for car manufacturers to make their users’ experience of their products more convenient, more personal and more secure.

 

About the author:

Raja Bose is Senior Staff Scientist and Research Technologist, Synaptics

www.synaptics.com

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