Google has introduced an automatic door lock feature in the new Android operating system that can help users avoid accidents.
The new feature, which is already available in the Google Now app for Android phones, is designed to help drivers avoid the time-consuming task of opening and locking doors.
While this feature is new, Google is already showing it off at the company’s upcoming Google I/O conference in San Francisco.
This new feature is available for both cars and buses.
The Google Now system will allow users to simply ask Google to automatically unlock the car doors in cases where the vehicle is parked or a person is sitting in the driver’s seat, and the system will automatically lock the doors if the driver is not present.
The Google Now feature will also automatically unlock all doors if they are not used for the duration of the trip.
Users will have to enable the feature manually in the system settings.
The feature will automatically unlock doors when they are within 30 metres (100 feet) of the driver.
Drivers can choose from the following actions to unlock the doors automatically:A “door lock” button on the dashboard will lock the car door.
A lock indicator will appear on the dash that shows the amount of time until the doors will be unlocked.
If the lock indicator is green, the doors are unlocked.
If the lock is not green, no lock is needed.
The car’s key fob will appear in the lock-screen, and an alert will appear when the doors need to be unlocked for the driver to enter.
The alert will state that the car will not be unlocked if the doors have been locked for more than 30 seconds.
The lock indicator can be enabled or disabled by users using the lock feature.
If an alert is not displayed, the system assumes that the locks are locked for the purpose of entering the car.
Once the car has been unlocked, a notification will appear saying that the driver must enter the car manually.
The driver will have a 10-second window before he or she is forced to unlock.
The locks will automatically come down when the driver has reached 30 metres, whichever is less.
The door locks will be locked for that amount of times if the car is parked, a person in the car, or the door is open during the time.
This feature can be activated for up to six hours a day, and users can change it to a different setting in the settings of the Google Drive app.
Google has been testing the system in India and has also launched an app for iPhones that can automatically unlock cars and trucks.
Google also has a similar feature in Android smartphones for drivers.