Talking about sustainability and green mobility, one of the highlights has been the launch of H1st Vision.
Software République backed by the Renault group has introduced a concept car called the H1st Vision, also known as the Human First Vision. The car was developed over six months.
H1st Vision has an SUV-like body. Some features include a driver and vehicle health monitor, predictive alarms for passenger and driver safety, and a biometric access control system. As a matter of fact, the biometric access control system recalls the owner’s walking habits and unlocks the car using facial recognition, name, and height, removing the need for a traditional key fob. A “Digital ID wallet” is included in the car’s interface to ease car sharing and rental.
A 16-speaker sound system inside the vehicle allows each passenger to conduct private phone calls by playing sounds through their headrest speakers while cancelling out frequencies near other passengers. The driver receives real-time information on weather and traffic conditions via live data tracking.