Newly-designed Car Features New Security Feature

Newly-designed Car Features New Security Feature

The CT6 is Cadillac's new full-sized, flagship sedan that was recently unveiled at the New York International Auto Show, and while car critics are saying the design is a bit dull, the technology features are simply amazing, especially this car’s security feature.

Relying on the same cameras that assist when parking this sedan, security sensors have been added so that if the car is moved, any window glass is broken or any other act that would trigger the alarm takes place, a series of photos is taken all around the car. These images are stored within the car via a memory card for later viewing.

In addition, drivers can record front and rear views of the road while driving and the review mirror can display views created outside the car. This enables the driver to see the entire area behind the car.

Look for this security-savvy car to go into production in late 2015!

Image by: FotograFFF /

About the Author

Ginger Hill is Group Social Media Manager.

  • The Z-Wave Alliance Focuses on the Residential Market The Z-Wave Alliance Focuses on the Residential Market

    Mitchell Klein serves as the executive director of the Z-Wave Alliance, an industry organization that drives numerous initiatives to expand and accelerate the global adoption of smart home and smart cities applications. In this Podcast, we talk about the 2022 State of the Ecosystem, and the fact that technology has brought about almost unimaginable residential security resources. The Alliance also provides education resources as well as looking at expanding technology.

Digital Edition

  • Security Today Magazine - May June 2022

    May / June 2022


    • The Ying and Yang of Security
    • Installing Smart Systems
    • Leveraging Surveillance
    • Using Mobile Data
    • RIP Covid-19

    View This Issue

  • Environmental Protection
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Infrastructure Solutions Group
  • Spaces4Learning
  • Campus Security & Life Safety