DSS | Seeing Machines

By: Seeing Machines  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Calibration Procedure, Vehicle System

DSS Capabilities

The DSS-IVS (in vehicle system) measures the eyelid opening of the driver, and based on this data derives the drowsiness state. No sensors need to be worn by the driver; a remote sensor on the dashboard observes the face of the driver and measures eyelid closure. There is also no calibration procedure required for new drivers. This means any driver can get behind the wheel without any time consuming calibration, annoying sensor attachment process, or any special knowledge about the system.

Keywords: Calibration Procedure, Vehicle System

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