GBI needs help identifying security camera found in missing Georgia man’s SUV

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The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is turning to the public for help in a key piece of evidence in a missing man’s case.



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Jesus Mancilla-Velez disappeared on Sept. 5 after leaving his home in Warner Robbins.

His 2015 black Chevrolet Tahoe was found later that day on a dirt road in neighboring Crawford County.

Inside the SUV was a “Day & Night Color CMOS Camera.” The camera has beige paint on the side of it. One red and one yellow connector cable and appears to have been unplugged.

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Agents believe Mancilla-Velez did not disappear willingly and aren’t sure of his whereabouts.

If anyone is familiar with this camera or is missing this type of camera from their home or business since September 4, 2020, please contact the GBI Tip Line at 1-800-597-8477.

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Honda SUV E Concept previews its electric future in China

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Honda SUV E Concept

Not bad looking at all.


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Honda gave us what’s likely a thinly disguised look at its first electric vehicle for China ahead of the 2020 Beijing Motor Show this past Saturday. Called the SUV E Concept, the vehicle directly points to a future mass-production model specifically for China, according to Honda. It’s a handsome thing and appears to pull from Honda’s current production cars.

The headlight and overall fascia look like a direct evolution from the current Honda Accord, Civic and even the Clarity with thin, angled headlights and angled face. It’s easy to see where a traditional grille would sit, if this wasn’t a battery-powered concept car. We don’t have any other information on the SUV E Concept’s electric powertrain, so we’ll need to wait and see what the automaker plans to share in the future.

The company says this future model will underscore that electric cars remain fun to drive, and that we should expect the latest technology from Honda. The SUV E Concept packs a next-generation Honda Sensing suite of active safety gear and driver-assist functions, though the automaker didn’t detail what exactly those are. Even if the SUV E Concept doesn’t directly influence future Honda EVs for the US, a next-gen Sensing system will almost certainly come to America. For now, all Honda said is the tech boasts improved recognition, predication and decision-making performance.

Also onboard is Honda’s next-gen Connect infotainment system, which includes an artificial intelligence assistant and over-the-air update capability. Honda’s current infotainment system is pretty darn old, so we can’t wait to see what upcoming cars pack. If I had to take a guess, the next Sensing and Connect systems may debut with

Human Horizons’ Super SUV, HiPhi X, Debuts at 2020 Beijing International Auto Show

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BEIJING, Sept. 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — China’s leading high-end, premium electric SUV, the HiPhi X, makes its debut at the 2020 Beijing Auto Show. Designed and built by Human Horizons in Shanghai, the HiPhi X combines cutting-edge technical innovation, sustainable manufacturing and state-of-the-art design, to create the world’s first continuously evolving super SUV. The event provides a new opportunity for Human Horizons to showcase some specific technical elements of HiPhi X, including a number of world-first innovations, which establish the company as a key player in the electrified era of intelligent mobility.

Following five-months delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Beijing Auto Show becomes the first major international auto show to run since the outbreak began. The event is also an opportunity for many local manufacturers to showcase their latest achievements, as well as to display the latest additions from international carmakers. (PRNewsfoto/Human Horizons)
Following five-months delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Beijing Auto Show becomes the first major international auto show to run since the outbreak began. The event is also an opportunity for many local manufacturers to showcase their latest achievements, as well as to display the latest additions from international carmakers. (PRNewsfoto/Human Horizons)

Following a five month delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Beijing Auto Show is the first major international auto show to run since the outbreak began. The event is also an opportunity for many local manufacturers to showcase their latest achievements, as well as to display the latest additions from international carmakers. Positioned in the overlapping world of luxury cars and technology (TECHLUXE®), Human Horizons’ HiPhi X is featured alongside brands such as Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Lamborghini, and Aston Martin, as well as their technical partners, Huawei, Bosch and more.

Known as the world’s first touch-free, door handle-less production vehicle, the HiPhi X also includes numerous impressive global-first features, such as Level 4 Autonomous Valet Parking (AVP), a 5G-V2X communication network, the largest number of voice control functions on any production vehicle, and facial recognition entry. 

The HiPhi X offers some of the industry’s most advanced software capabilities. With the world’s best in-car

HiPhi X, the world’s only evolvable SUV, launched with a host of world-first features

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BEIJING, Sept. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Human Horizons, a leading Chinese smart mobility and autonomous driving research company, has officially launched its highly anticipated HiPhi X, the world’s first continuously evolving super SUV. The six-seater version is priced at RMB ¥680,000, and the four-seater version is priced at RMB ¥800,000.

HiPhi X has defined a new breed of next-generation intelligent all-electric vehicles, and opens up boundless possibilities for transportation in the future with Human Horizons’ innovative “TECHLUXE®”, luxury technology experience. The innovative evolvable super SUV is positioned as a ground-breaking product that redefines the era of smart electric cars, and features world-first technologies in a host of fields from safety and design, to autonomous driving and adaptive learning.

HiPhi X is the world’s first production vehicle to adopt Human Horizons’ mass-produced, secure, developer-enabled Human Oriented Architecture (HOA) and the first worldwide to be equipped with a 5G-V2X technology network. More than 562 sensors are deployed throughout the vehicle, all of which collect, analyze and respond to massive amounts of data on its occupants, the surrounding environment, and a multitude of vehicle parameters. The SUV also contains 307 electronically controlled actuators that, when used with Human Horizons’ custom-developed middleware, enables a truly connected, smart vehicle experience.

HOA is supported by a “neural network” consisting of six “super brain” domain controllers connected by Gigabit Ethernet. This groundbreaking AI computing framework is capable of processing massive amounts of information, making independent decisions through cloud computing driven by a powerful data analysis engine. The HiPhi X is continuously learning and evolving the vehicle’s performance and experience.

In addition, HOA’s open source software platform and comprehensive development tools empower partners, third-party developers and users to create new dynamic features and scenarios — providing users with a robust, ever-growing application ecosystem.

HiPhi X combines supercar aesthetics