Genesis, intelligent car with improved convenience and safety with biometric technology

Genesys confirmed that it would create a smart car system that will boost biometrics-based convenience and protection and install it in the GV70, which is expected to be launched next month.

12:13 GMT, Sunday, November 29, 2020
The In-vehicle Simple Payment Genesis CarPay Interlocking Fingerprint Verification Device’ and ‘Advanced ROA, Rear Passenger Warning’ focused on radar sensors are the latest innovations to be added to the GV70. GV70.0 implements the fingerprint verification technology associated with Genesis CarPay, a basic in-vehicle payment system.

There are occasions where the fingerprint identification system that enables door opening, starting, and driving has already been implemented, but this technology that enhances driver comfort and safety by conducting functions only through fingerprint recognition while making electronic payments was first deployed in the automotive industry in the Genesis GV70.

Through authenticating their fingerprints using a fingerprint sensor added at the bottom of the start button instead of inserting a six-digit password, which is the traditional way, consumers can use Genesis CarPay more effectively at the point of authenticating themselves prior to payment.

In addition, GV70 consumers can use the Valet Mode fingerprint identification device, which prohibits personal details from showing on the infotainment screen of the user, such as home address and phone book, while using a parking/driving service that allows someone else to exit the vehicle.

If after running the ballet mode, a customer cancels the ballet mode and after using the proxy program, sets a 4-digit one-time password, it can be quickly cancelled via fingerprint authentication as well as the password that was set.

Furthermore the fingerprint identification device mounted in the GV70 is connected to the start-up of the vehicle and customizable driver’s seat settings. Customers of the GV70 will use the car easily by opening the car door on their smartphone with a remote command from the Genesis Linked App and starting the engine with just fingerprint recognition without needing a smart key.

Furthermore, customized details such as the driver’s seat location, steering wheel position, head-up display position, the most recent navigation destination, and infotainment volume are automatically set when the driver starts the engine via fingerprint authentication.

It is important to establish a highly secure vehicle authentication scheme because it is necessary to use a range of services in modern mobility settings, such as smart vehicles, autonomous driving and sharing cars, securely and conveniently.

Genesis is the first in the world to introduce new radar sensor-based rear-seat passenger warning technology that is more sophisticated than current ultrasonic sensors in the GV70.

Rear-seat passenger warning is a technology that after detecting it with a radar sensor mounted in the interior while a passenger is in the rear seat of a car, gives step-by-step notification to the driver.

This technology decides whether or not a person is in the second row on the basis of whether the rear door of the car is opened or closed, and when the driver switches off the engine and opens the door of the driver’s seat, the alarm message and warning sound of the cluster mostly alerts the remaining passengers.

The radar sensor built into the indoor ceiling senses the passengers in two rows when the driver gets out of the car after recognizing the first warning, to decide if they are boarding, and switches on the emergency light, sounds an alert, and sends the driver a text message at the same time.

The radar sensor added to the GV70, in particular, reliably senses not only large movements, such as rear passenger arms and legs, but also minute chest movements triggered by breathing, and notifies the driver even though the second row stays awake for both children and sleeping babies.

Furthermore the radar sensor, which has a broader detection range than the ultrasonic sensor, is capable of detecting the rear of the second row, verifying the movement of the corresponding animal residing in the cargo compartment after getting off.

In addition, non-metallic items such as garments, blankets, baby car seats, and pet kennels (portable cages) may be infiltrated in order to help shield passengers and pets.

A Genesys official said We have improved the usability of infotainment through the fingerprint authentication system so that customers can more conveniently use the vehicle start-up and personalization service, and we are able to protect rear passengers more securely by using a sophisticated radar sensor.” “We plan to advance the biometrics technology so that more safel can be used for the vehicle.”