Google is testing the next generation of measuring instruments, which the company says will measure things like pressure, temperature, pressure and humidity.
Mercer, the world’s largest manufacturer of gauges, is working on the new instruments, known as Mercer M-5, which it hopes will become standard equipment on vehicles.
The new instrument will include a digital display that lets users check the scale of their vehicle, according to Google.
Mercers existing scale of a vehicle will be a 3.5-by-5-foot cube.
The devices are being manufactured by a company called Mercer Instruments and are being tested on vehicles for the first time.
The sensors are also being tested in Japan.
Google has partnered with Mercer to test the new devices on its own vehicles.
This new system will help drivers and others to accurately gauge the vehicle’s overall condition and safety.
“The Mercer sensors are not just for cars.
They are also very useful for people,” said John Mears, chief marketing officer at Mercer.
“We want people to know exactly what they are looking at.
They have a lot of data that can be useful for making safety decisions.”
Mercer said the sensors measure pressure, speed and humidity levels in the vehicle and display the same information as an internal temperature gauge.
The sensor will also have a built-in temperature display that can show the exact temperature at any given moment.
The Mercer m-5 can be found in Mercer’s flagship vehicle, the Range Rover.
A Mercer driver is given a Mercer test scale that measures pressure, velocity and humidity in the car.
The device has a built in temperature display.
The instrument measures pressure in the cabin of a Merced-based Range Rover Discovery.
It measures pressure levels, velocity, humidity levels, and a variety of other variables.
“This technology is very exciting for Mercer because it is so new,” said Eric Lafforgue, vice president of the vehicle division at Merced.
“It will make us better at assessing our vehicles and our customers.
We are excited about the future of the Mercer product line and our capabilities with the Merced technology.”
Merced said the Mercers sensor will be able to accurately measure pressure and temperature.
“Mercer has developed an extensive suite of measuring technologies that help to make it easier for customers to assess their vehicles’ condition and the safety of their vehicles,” the company said in a statement.
“With these technologies, customers can now provide a more accurate and comprehensive assessment of the vehicles safety, while maintaining a sense of security for themselves and their loved ones.”
The Merced sensors will measure the temperature of the car, but not the temperature in the dashboard.
It will be possible for the vehicle to be run in reverse, or at a low speed, to measure the pressure in your hand, according a Merci-based company called the Makers.
Makers also said the m-zones will provide an accurate gauge of the temperature inside the vehicle.
“Makers has developed sensors that are sensitive enough to measure temperature in vehicles with the M-Zones,” the statement said.
Merced says the new sensors will also measure pressure.
“Our sensors measure the ambient pressure of the body in the driver’s cabin,” the Merci company said.
“These sensors are built in a specially designed, flexible and flexible body that allows us to easily attach them to the driver and provide a sense that they are being measured at the same temperature as the vehicle.”
The sensors will be installed in Merced vehicles starting in 2021.
The company is also working with the U.S. military on the sensors.
The military has deployed the sensors in its vehicles, and Mercer has received approval from the Department of Defense for the vehicles to be used in the U,S.
Mercing said the new sensor system will be ready for use by the end of 2019.
“As we move forward, we are pleased to see that the military has agreed to use the Merce technology in their vehicles, including the Merces M-4 vehicle, which is one of the first to be installed on the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq,” Mears said.