The Google Cobra security system uses a suite of sensors to monitor the health of your car and the surrounding environment.
Its sensors are calibrated to detect a variety of things including carbon monoxide, moisture and air quality, and are designed to be tamper-proof and non-recyclable.
The sensors are connected to a central computer, and if they detect any of the sensors being used incorrectly or accidentally, the system automatically stops working and the system is restarted.
If the sensor is not working correctly, the car’s air conditioning will be turned off.
The Cobra system has been around for some time, and Google is now working to roll out an update to it, said Google spokesman David Weidman.
The company has not released the new version of the system for testing.
Weidm said the system was originally created to provide additional security, but he said it was not designed for long-term use, and he declined to elaborate on why.
The new version has been rolled out to some cars in the U.S. and Canada, Google said.
We’re also working with partners to test and update the Cobra system in other countries.
We are actively testing new products that could be rolled out in the future.