The FACTORY Magazine published an article about emotion3D’s driver monitoring software. For reading the full article, please click the link below.
According to the WHO, around 1.3 million people die each year worldwide as a result of car accidents, almost always they are caused by human error. Around two-thirds are probably due to distracted or drowsy drivers; in the truck sector, estimates put the figure at 20 percent. Technical solutions seek to solve this problem: Computer vision-based systems that detect in real time when the driver is distracted or showing signs of drowsiness – triggering appropriate warnings.
The Viennese company emotion3D develops systems that detect the driver’s head pose, eye gaze, etc. and from this generic information derives a level of drowsiness and a level of distraction. If drowsiness or distraction is detected, a warning is triggered. Due to upcoming regulations and further functions concerning safety (e.g. improved airbag deployment) and user experience (e.g. personalization) demand for such systems is rapidly on the rise.
Click here to read the full article in the FACTORY Magazine.
Please note that the article is written in German.