Yeah, it's called a tech (mechanic). Just lock one up in your trunk for good measure. It will require food and water occasionally, but be otherwise unintrusive :D:D
PS - what happens when the monitor goes bad? :D
It's a good idea, but the electronics needed to install so many new sensors would probably double the maintenance needs. Very much doable, but it would take more work than it would be worth. You'd have to have a computer (CPU), an encyclopedic resource for repair procedures, and many extra sensors and monitoring devices installed.
A cool concept, but probably only feasible in an OEM format (From the factory where it would be built in with that purpose).
Some of the luxury cars/sedans have this feature already on a limited scale (except for the 'how to fix it' part).
93 Probe GT - for sale! $5,300.
95 Probe GT - the 007 version - smooth and refined.